In fact, several characters look to shed their skin, to remake themselves, to find a leeward point from which to leap.
As she came up to the wind, the fore-topmast went over to leeward, being carried away at the cap.
She is bound to come to leeward now; she cannot help herself.
On the leeward side the negative pressure is uniform except near the edges, and its value depends on the form of the plate.
The moon remained hidden, and to leeward nothing could be seen.
It was the beginning of the end—another roll to the leeward like the last and the Pacific would come aboard.
I guess the poor thing's got swept to leeward by the current.
However, there he was dead enough, and in the mean time the ship had worked down to leeward of us, and was close at hand.
They can only be approached from the leeward, as their smell is extremely acute.
There was not a breath of wind, even to leeward, for the bise had blown itself out of breath.