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self-righting

[ self-rahy-ting ]

adjective

  1. able to or designed to right itself or oneself after falling or capsizing.


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Example Sentences

They have also self-righting power in case of being overturned; likewise self-emptying power.

This boat was considered a good lifeboat, and doubtless it was so in many respects, but it was not a self-righting one.

If the upsetting was slow and difficult, the self-righting was magically quick and easy.

The self-righting principle is one of the most important qualities of the lifeboat.

Now, both of these were considered good lifeboats, but they were not self-righting.

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