In an hour from the time of salving the flying-boat the "Meteor" was ready to shed her now superfluous 'midship divisions.
In a ship-of-war, used for washing decks (one of the midship pumps).
Now forked tongues of fire burst out from the midship ports, gradually working their way forward and aft.
Now the big second mate hailed from the top of the midship house.
It is the position of his midship to the shore which he is rounding that he should especially note.
Lines and midship section of the 'America,' launched May 1, 1851.
The deck for such passengers is usually in the midship, forward the engine, and is protected from the weather.
Lines and midship section of the 'Shadow,' designed by N. Herreshoff, 1872.
The midship was in readiness to initiate the work of the Chateaugay.
Lines and midship section of 'Corsair,' built by M. Ratsey, Cowes, 1832.