inhaul

[in-hawl]
noun Nautical.
any of various lines for hauling a sail, spar, etc., inward or inboard in order to stow it after use.
Also, inhauler.


Origin:
1855–60; in-1 + haul

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inhaul or inhauler (ˈɪnˌhɔːl)
 
n
nautical a line for hauling in a sail
 
inhauler or inhauler
 
n

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More care during inhaul to avoid damage to standing trees.
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