goosewinged

[ goos-wingd ]
/ ˈgusˌwɪŋd /

adjective Nautical.

(of a square sail) having the lee clew furled while the weather clew is held taut.
(of a fore-and-aft-rigged vessel) having the foresail and mainsail set on opposite sides.

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Origin of goosewinged

First recorded in 1865–70; goosewing + -ed3
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