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Origin of topgallant mast
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The mast-rope employed to sway up a top-mast or topgallant-mast, in order to fix it in its place, or lower it.
Masts: The masts of a full-rigged three-masted ship are the following: Fore-mast, topmast, topgallant-mast, royal mast.Anson's Voyage Round the World|Richard Walter
So we climbed up to the cap of the topgallant-mast in company; but, as far apart as the poles, though so close together.Young Tom Bowling|J.C. Hutcheson
A yet smaller mast, elevated through irons at the head of the topgallant-mast; but more generally the two are formed of one spar.
I knows her by the way her fore-topmast and topgallant-mast is looking over her bows.Under the Meteor Flag|Harry Collingwood