Word "ABAFT" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
at or near or toward the stern of a ship or tail of an airplane
Synonyms:
aft, astern
Examples:
ships with square sails sail fairly efficiently with the wind abaft

Crossword Clues for ABAFT

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Clue Source Date
Behind award for actor's moving finale The Guardian Cryptic 29 Sep 2022
Toward a ship's stern Premier Sunday 26 Jun 2022
Behind, nautically New York Times 28 Oct 2021
Toward the stern Thomas Joseph 08 Aug 2020
Toward the stern New York Times 16 Feb 2020
Toward a boat's wake The Chronicle of Higher Education 12 Oct 2018
Toward the rudder Universal 16 Aug 2018
To the rear of Universal 23 Jun 2018
Sailor with terribly fat behind The Telegraph Toughie 24 Apr 2018
To the rear of
Toward the stern
Toward a boat's wake
Toward the rudder
Sternward Premier Sunday 26 Nov 2017
Headed toward the stern Universal 15 Oct 2017
Toward the rear New York Times 25 Jul 2017
Reactionary football management undecided about getting behind The Telegraph Toughie 19 Jul 2017
Toward the stern Family Time 24 Apr 2017
Toward the stern of a ship Family Time 12 Mar 2017
Headed toward the stern
Toward the rear
To the rear, at sea Universal 10 Oct 2016
Behind, at sea Universal 30 Sep 2016
Towards the back of the boat Universal 04 Sep 2016
Toward a boat's wake New York Times 03 May 2016
Opposite of afore New York Times 05 Feb 2016
Sternward The Washington Post 02 Jan 2016
Opposite of afore
Behind, at sea
Toward the back of the boat Universal 12 Dec 2015
Behind, nautically The Washington Post 26 Nov 2015
At the stern Premier Sunday 27 Sep 2015
Sternward USA Today 05 Sep 2015
The seaman a foot behind The Times Cryptic 17 Jun 2015
Back in the navy Wall Street Journal 15 May 2015
Rearward, to a rear admiral New York Times 28 Feb 2015
Rearward, at sea Family Time 15 Feb 2015
Sailor's a foot behind at sea The Telegraph Toughie 20 Jan 2015
Rearward, to a rear admiral
Behind, nautically
Back in the navy
Toward the back of the boat
At the stern
Toward the ship's rear
Rearward, on the briny
Sternward
Toward the back of the boat
Toward the stern
Sternward
Toward the stern
At the stern
Near the back, nautically
Towards the stern
Sternward
Sailor's behind
Toward the ship's rear
Toward the ship's rear
To the rear
Sailor's back?
Sailor's back?
Toward the stern
Not forward, to a sailor
Sternward
Back, at sea
At the rear, to a sailor
Back, at sea
Fore's opposite
Rearward, at sea
Sternward
To the rear of
Rearward, at sea
Towards the stern of a ship
At the stern
Toward the stern
Not forward, to a salt
Toward the stern
To the rear
Toward the stern
Not forward, to a salt
Toward the stern
To the back of
Back at sea
Back at sea
Back at sea
Toward the stern
To the rear, to a rear admiral
To the rear
To the rear
Towards the back of the boat
Rearward, on the briny
Sternward
To the rear
Sternward
To the rear, nautically
Toward the rudder
Astern
At the stern
Nautical direction
Behind, at sea
Behind, on the briny
In the rear, at sea
To the rear, at sea
Behind at sea
Toward the back of the ship
Behind, nautically
To the rear
Nautical term
Behind, shipwise
Nautical term.
To the stern.
To the rear of.
In back of, at sea.
Behind.
Sternward.
At the stern.
Astern.
Behind: Naut.
Toward the stern.
On the stern.
Astern: Naut.
In the rear of a vessel.
Back of: Naut.
Nautical word.
Back in the boat.
To the back of
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