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(in combination) nautical having a mast or masts of a specified kind or numberthree-masted; tall-masted
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How to use -masted in a sentence
A few minutes before she had been a stately three-masted frigate; now she was a helpless hulk.Stories of Our Naval Heroes|Various
But where now is the one-masted Hercules, which but a moment since went trembling at the bale of her own bellowing barbettes?The Lord of the Sea|M. P. Shiel
A sign, half the length of a three masted ship, hung lopsidedly above them on a building to one side.The Jewels of Aptor|Samuel R. Delany
Great quantities are taken in large four-masted ships to Liverpool, England, and there made into American flour.Stories of California|Ella M. Sexton
They both saw at once the two-masted vessel that was rolling sluggishly in the sea.Six Little Bunkers at Mammy June's|Laura Lee Hope