ahull

ahull

[uh-huhl]
adjective Nautical.
1.
(of a sailing vessel) with all sails furled and the helm lashed to head into the wind, as in heavy weather.
2.
abandoned, with decks awash.

Origin:
1575–85; a-1 + hull2

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