These reports must be lying on your desk while you are conferring with weatherly.
She's not a bad goer, and weatherly, I think, all will call her.
He therefore answered submissively, "He was the poor juggler whom his honour had met yesterday in weatherly Bottom."
But, as they passed the door of Mr weatherly, a sudden cry was heard.
She is fairly fast, and weatherly, fairly stiff, and a beautiful sea-boat.
The weatherly position of the cutter enabled her to steer rather more than one point freer.
One weatherly, who kept a tavern, and whose wife wore the —— belt, was very sick.
It is really wonderful to see how weatherly such a frail affair can be, and how literally safe in a rough seaway.
She was a wide and roomy fishing craft, and weatherly enough, if she did make more leeway than one would wish in a breeze.
The Constellation was a beautiful frigate, very fast and weatherly, and carrying thirty-eight guns.