To loose sails

Definition of To loose sails

(Naut.) to unfurl or spread sails.

See also: Sail

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To list a stock
To listen after
To live at rack and manger
To live down
To live from hand to mouth
To live on one's capital
To live out
To live with
To lob a ball
To lock into
To lodge an information
To look a gift horse in the mouth
To look about
To look about one
To look after
To look blue
To look daggers
To look in the face
to look on the bright side
To look out
-To loose sails-
To lose caste
To lose ground
To lose heart
To lose one's bearings
To lose one's head
To lose one's heart
To lose one's life
To lose one's mind
To lose the bell
To lose the fang
To lot on
To lower the yards a-portoise
To luff round
To magnify one's self
To magnify one's self against
To make (a thing) one's business
To make a bed
To make a book
To make a card
To make a choice of
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