To sag to leeward

Definition of To sag to leeward

(Naut.) to make much leeway by reason of the wind, sea, or current; to drift to leeward; - said of a vessel.
- Totten.

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To run in with
To run into
To run into the ground
To run mad
To run mad after
To run off
To run off at the mouth
To run on
To run out
To run over
To run riot
To run the chances
To run the gantlet
To run the guard
To run the hazard
To run through
To run up
To run upon sorts
To run wild
To rustle up
-To sag to leeward-
To sail fine
To sail free
To sail on a rhumb
To saint it
To salt a mine
To salt away
To save appearances
To save one's bacon
To savor of the pan
To say amen to
To scale a debt, wages, etc.
To scare away
To scare up
To scrape acquaintance
To scratch a ticket
To screw in
To screw out
To screw up
To sear up
To search out
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