Definition for halliard (2 of 2)
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More than likely it will be young Halliard himself that will come to the doorgracious!The Campers Out|Edward S. Ellis
I accordingly dashed forward to the mast, and, shipping the crank handle of the winch, hove away upon the halliard for dear life.A Pirate of the Caribbees|Harry Collingwood
We threw down the loose end of halliard, and began the descent.The Voodoo Gold Trail|Walter Walden
It was quite a heavy pull, but they all tallied on to a halliard at a time and got peak and throat up by stages.The Viking Blood|Frederick William Wallace
The next, and he came sliding down a halliard to his old perch.