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lubber's line

noun, Navigation
1.
a vertical line on the forward inner side of the bowl of a fixed compass, used as a reference mark indicating the heading of a vessel.
Also, lubber line.
Also called lubber's mark, lubber's point.
Origin
1855-1865
1855-65
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