a sailboat rig having one or more fore-and-aft gaff sails.
Jury-rigged vs. Jerry-riggedThis one’s for you, DIY fans. Jury-rigged means something was assembled quickly with the materials on hand. Jerry-built means it was cheaply built. Jerry-rigged is a combination of these two words. Jerry-rigged is a relatively new word. Many people consider it to be an incorrect version of jury-rigged, but it’s widely used in everyday speech. Jury-Rigged The word jury has a few different meanings. It …
Related formsgaff-rigged, adjective
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