It is, so to speak, a double-ender, being provided with a supplementary head at the point where the feet are usually situated.
The boat retraces its course without turning round, as it is a "double-ender."
She was an old East-Boston ferry-boat, a "double-ender," admirable for river-work, but unfit for sea-service.
The double-ender Wyalusing came up from the fleet during the night.
She was an old East Boston ferry-boat, a "double-ender," admirable for river-work, but unfit for sea-service.
Had it found the double-ender, the latters bottom-planks would have been no protection against the creatures blows.
In this double-ender of a State political jobbery was at fault, because it had no headquarters.
Thursday, September 1, 1864, the double-ender Shamrock came up from the fleet.
The boat selected for the drill was a "double-ender" life-boat hanging in the old-fashioned style of davits.