That she was "square-rigged," and generally of the then prevalent style of vessels of her size and class, is altogether probable.
The ship went on, for a square-rigged craft may not round to in a gale.
As Carew was unacquainted with the management of square-rigged craft, Baptiste gave the orders.
And vessels (not square-rigged), if found unlicensed, were also to be forfeited.
It is now a magnificent city, and upwards of a thousand square-rigged vessels anchor annually in the roads.
The latter and the fore and main masts were square-rigged, and the mizzen was lateen-rigged.
That week they finished a large, square mat, fairly close in texture, which they felt sure could be used as a square-rigged sail.
As everyone familiar with the sea is aware, the seamanship of the square-rigged vessel and of the fore-and-aft is very different.
square-rigged vessel, sir, with a broad spread of white canvas.
First I made out the topgallant-sails; then the topsails; and at last the courses of a square-rigged schooner.