To heave the log

Definition of To heave the log

(Naut.) See Log.
(Naut.) to cast the log-chip into the water; also, the whole process of ascertaining a vessel's speed by the log.

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To head up
To heal by the first intention
To heal by the second intention
To hear a bird sing
To hear ill
To hear say
To hear well
To hearken out
To heave a cable short
To heave a ship ahead
To heave a ship down
To heave a ship to
To heave about
To heave at
To heave in
To heave in sight
To heave in stays
To heave out a sail
To heave taut
To heave the lead
-To heave the log-
To heave up
To heave up anchor
To hedge a bet
To held in
To help forward
To help off
To help on
To help out
To hem about
To hem out
To hide one's self
To hide the face
To hide the face from
To hint at
To his hand
To his head
To hit off
To hit on
To hit out
To hit the nail on the head
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