Attaching another horse to an outrigger, we drove unicorn, or a team of three.
Of the two canoes, one is smaller than the other, and the smaller serves by way of an outrigger.
But he paused, for just beneath him, fastened by ropes, were a small whale-boat and an outrigger canoe.
Had the nerve to say we fouled his boat, and broke that outrigger, Lossing.
Little Skepsey hove in sight, coming swift as the point of an outrigger over the flood.
It is necessary that the outrigger should always be on the windward side.
It possesses a fifth leg, or outrigger at the back, and has cushions of flour-bags, stuffed with turkey's feathers.
This was rigged to run from the spritsail-yard to an outrigger aft.
A link between the catamaran and the outrigger canoe is seen in a model in the India Museum, from Madras.
Boys in the ‘boats’ generally also have a lock-up or outrigger of their own, or jointly with others.
device used in Pacific and Indian oceans to stabilize canoes, 1748, altered (by influence of rig) from outligger (late 15c.) "a spar projecting from a vessel," probably from the same root as Dutch uitlegger, literally "out-lyer."