His own position was alongside of her, secured in like manner by ends of cordage.
I suppose that you must be very short of timber, cordage, and ship stores?
The part next the anchor secured by cordage wrapped round it.
We only kept one sabre, in case we had to cut some cordage or some piece of wood.
All round her the dark water boiled and roared, and the blast shrieked through the cordage with hollow tremors.
Such noise as it has is elemental, justifiable, like a ship's cordage in a gale.
The dead bodies of their fish, their chests and cordage, were they obliged to throw out upon the ice!
There is also plenty of hemp for cordage, and tar could be made in abundance.
The chief manufactures used to be sailcloth, cabinet furniture, candles and cordage.
This is affected by heat and wet, but not p. 194so much, as cordage is.