It was the battle which has made the name of John Paul Jones nautically immortal.
Putting a boat about, as Fanny had turned the Greyhound, is nautically termed gybing her.
This is a pretty, nautically devised and ornamented suit, made of warm materials and those that will stand sea water.
A knot, nautically speaking, is a "bend" that is more permanent than a "hitch."
Along the old Portsmouth road were, and are still, any number of nautically named inns.
He turned into an alley, down which, nautically speaking, he rolled into a shabby little court.