Word "SAIL" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
move with sweeping, effortless, gliding motions
Synonyms:
sweep
Examples:
Shreds of paper sailed through the air

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an ocean trip taken for pleasure
Synonyms:
cruise

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a large piece of fabric (usually canvas fabric) by means of which wind is used to propel a sailing vessel
Synonyms:
canvas, canvass, sheet

Crossword Clues for SAIL

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Ride a sloop, say Universal 10 Sep 2021
Ride a sloop, say Universal 10 Sep 2021
Travel with the wind LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2021
Travel with the wind The Washington Post 07 Sep 2021
Travel with the wind LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2021
Travel with the wind The Washington Post 07 Sep 2021
Travel with the wind LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2021
Travel with the wind The Washington Post 07 Sep 2021
Travel with the wind LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2021
Travel with the wind The Washington Post 07 Sep 2021
Travel with the wind LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2021
Travel with the wind The Washington Post 07 Sep 2021
Go yachting Eugene Sheffer 25 Aug 2021
Yacht propeller The Washington Post 24 Aug 2021
Yacht propeller LA Times Daily 24 Aug 2021
Take a cruise USA Today 04 Aug 2021
Take a cruise USA Today 04 Aug 2021
Go yachting Eugene Sheffer 05 Jul 2021
Fly (through) New York Times 02 Jul 2021
Fly (through) New York Times 02 Jul 2021
It's unfurled at sea USA Today 29 Jun 2021
Leave port Newsday 07 Jun 2021
Take the sloop out LA Times Daily 18 May 2021
Take the sloop out The Washington Post 18 May 2021
Go yachting Eugene Sheffer 13 May 2021
Travel the ocean USA Today 10 May 2021
Navigate The Telegraph Quick 17 Mar 2021
Venture out to sea Universal 16 Mar 2021
Breeze (through) LA Times Daily 11 Mar 2021
Breeze (through) The Washington Post 11 Mar 2021
Leave port served up around Little Christmas Irish Times Crosaire 05 Feb 2021
Leave the pier in a ship Newsday 04 Jan 2021
Take your yacht out for the day Family Time 27 Dec 2020
Take your yacht out Family Time 07 Dec 2020
Something that's often rigged New York Times 06 Dec 2020
Spanker, e.g Wall Street Journal 28 Nov 2020
Shove off Newsday 01 Nov 2020
Breeze (through) New York Times 27 Oct 2020
Yacht outing LA Times Daily 02 Oct 2020
Yacht outing The Washington Post 02 Oct 2020
Operate a yacht Universal 20 Sep 2020
Go to sea Thomas Joseph 24 Aug 2020
Go by ship Premier Sunday 23 Aug 2020
Wind catcher The Washington Post 16 Aug 2020
Wind catcher LA Times Daily 16 Aug 2020
Main or topgallant e.g Canadiana 03 Aug 2020
It works in a nice wind Family Time 29 Jun 2020
Go yachting, perhaps USA Today 20 May 2020
Jib, e.g The New Yorker 18 May 2020
Travel by ship USA Today 18 May 2020
Spinnaker, e.g Canadiana 11 May 2020
Sloop feature The Washington Post 01 May 2020
Sloop feature LA Times Daily 01 May 2020
Windmill blade The Sun Two Speed 07 Apr 2020
Start to sicken and feel bad in The Spinnaker? The Sun Two Speed 07 Apr 2020
Take a trip on a ship Universal 29 Mar 2020
Nautical sheet Universal 08 Mar 2020
Enter the regatta Thomas Joseph 22 Feb 2020
Windsurfing need The Washington Post 13 Jan 2020
Windsurfing need LA Times Daily 13 Jan 2020
Ship's canvas The Times Concise 09 Nov 2019
Spinnaker or spanker
Spinnaker or spanker New York Times 24 Oct 2019
Go via boat Premier Sunday 20 Oct 2019
Compete in a regatta Universal 20 Oct 2019
Go by sea
Go by sea New York Times 14 Oct 2019
Take to the lake The Washington Post Sunday 13 Oct 2019
Travel in a trimaran USA Today 10 Oct 2019
Part of a ship New York Times 09 Oct 2019
Part of a ship
Traverse the seven seas Universal 08 Oct 2019
Go yachting LA Times Daily 22 Sep 2019
Go yachting The Washington Post 22 Sep 2019
Knock back in Magnolia State and leave the port Irish Times Crosaire 31 Aug 2019
Travel on water propelled by wind Irish Times Simplex 31 Aug 2019
Leave harbour The Times Concise 12 Aug 2019
Go with the wind? New York Times 20 Jul 2019
Mast attachment Universal 13 Jun 2019
Junk mover Wall Street Journal 08 Jun 2019
Catamaran feature Family Time 27 May 2019
Be 4, part of 10? The Telegraph Cryptic 14 May 2019
Catamaran sheet USA Today 18 Mar 2019
Son to sicken in The Spinnaker? The Sun Two Speed 05 Mar 2019
Move smoothly Newsday 02 Feb 2019
Compete for the America's Cup LA Times Daily 23 Jan 2019
Compete for the America's Cup The Washington Post 23 Jan 2019
Feature of some boats Family Time 06 Jan 2019
Travel in a trimaran
Junk mover
Compete in a regatta
Mast attachment
Go with the wind?
Traverse the seven seas
Catamaran sheet
Compete for the America's Cup
Wind catcher
Go yachting
Go to sea Eugene Sheffer 15 Nov 2018
Go by boat Premier Sunday 04 Nov 2018
Traverse a lake Newsday 02 Nov 2018
Travel the main Wall Street Journal 22 Sep 2018
Leave port on banks of Santa Fe Trail Irish Times Crosaire 19 Sep 2018
Progress effortlessly (through) The Chronicle of Higher Education 07 Sep 2018
Take a cruise Newsday 18 Jul 2018
It's rigged New York Times 10 Jul 2018
Move easily The Washington Post 08 Jul 2018
Move easily LA Times Daily 08 Jul 2018
Travel by ship The Telegraph Quick 04 Jul 2018
Use a 69-Across Universal 18 Jun 2018
Play captain Universal 04 Jun 2018
Go for the America's Cup USA Today 22 May 2018
Jib or spanker USA Today 16 May 2018
Cruise Jonesin 24 Apr 2018
Proceed easily (through) The Washington Post 05 Apr 2018
Proceed easily (through) LA Times Daily 05 Apr 2018
Go by sea Premier Sunday 25 Mar 2018
Enjoy a lake Universal 25 Mar 2018
Join the regatta Thomas Joseph 23 Mar 2018
Use a spinnaker Universal 19 Mar 2018
Copy Cook or Columbus Newsday 10 Feb 2018
Glide (through) LA Times Daily 04 Jan 2018
Glide (through) The Washington Post 04 Jan 2018
Windsurfing need
Progress effortlessly (through)
Glide (through)
Move easily
Proceed easily (through)
It's rigged
Play captain
Use a 69-Across
Go for the America's Cup
Jib or spanker
Spanker or spinnaker
Travel the main
Emulate Columbus Universal 22 Dec 2017
Breeze (through) The Washington Post Sunday 26 Nov 2017
Go yachting Universal 23 Nov 2017
Type of boat or plane Universal 06 Nov 2017
Be in a regatta Universal 16 Oct 2017
Travel like Sinbad USA Today 02 Oct 2017
Travel by clipper USA Today 28 Sep 2017
Go yachting New York Times 18 Sep 2017
Ship mover The Washington Post 16 Sep 2017
Ship mover LA Times Daily 16 Sep 2017
Join the regatta Wall Street Journal 05 Sep 2017
Travel by boat Newsday 22 Aug 2017
Go yachting Thomas Joseph 19 Aug 2017
Catamaran's canvas USA Today 26 Jul 2017
Take a yacht out New York Times 17 Jul 2017
Move effortlessly Newsday 28 May 2017
Spinnaker, e.g The Chronicle of Higher Education 12 May 2017
Be moved by bark from spaniel, oddly The Telegraph Cryptic 07 May 2017
Moonraker, for one LA Times Daily 15 Apr 2017
Moonraker, for one The Washington Post 15 Apr 2017
Leave port and gin cocktails out of Lisa's cocktailing Irish Times Crosaire 01 Apr 2017
Spinnaker or jib Jonesin 28 Mar 2017
Go to sea Canadiana 27 Mar 2017
Sheet in the wind Family Time 06 Mar 2017
Schooner steerer Jonesin 28 Feb 2017
Schooner gear Canadiana 20 Feb 2017
Something that's frequently trimmed New York Times 15 Feb 2017
Mayflower mover Wall Street Journal 11 Feb 2017
Take out one's yacht Universal 05 Feb 2017
Go by water The Telegraph Quick 04 Feb 2017
Sheet on a mast New York Times 16 Jan 2017
Leave the dock The Washington Post 12 Jan 2017
Ship mover
Moonraker, for one
Take a yacht out
Catamaran's canvas
Spinnaker, e.g.
Something that's frequently trimmed
Travel by clipper
Travel like Sinbad
Be in a regatta
Emulate Columbus
Go yachting
Type of boat or plane
Sheet on a mast
Go yachting
Something controlled by rigging New York Times 20 Dec 2016
Leave port Universal 20 Dec 2016
Put to sea in yacht The Telegraph Quick 21 Nov 2016
Canvas on a yacht Universal 04 Nov 2016
Begin a voyage The Times Concise 28 Oct 2016
Breeze (along) New York Times 22 Oct 2016
Jigger or jib USA Today 09 Sep 2016
Be gone with the wind Universal 23 Aug 2016
Thing on a mast Family Time 14 Aug 2016
Flying jib, e.g USA Today 14 Jul 2016
Move effortlessly The Washington Post 05 Jul 2016
Proceed without resistance The Washington Post 24 May 2016
Spinnaker or spanker Universal 21 Apr 2016
Something that may be trimmed or rigged New York Times 19 Apr 2016
Felucca feature Wall Street Journal 16 Apr 2016
Compete in the America's Cup The Washington Post 14 Apr 2016
It may be rigged Universal 09 Apr 2016
Go smoothly The Washington Post 08 Apr 2016
Go on a cruise The Washington Post 02 Mar 2016
Head out to sea Universal 01 Mar 2016
Set ___ (embark) New York Times 21 Feb 2016
Harness the wind USA Today 20 Feb 2016
Catamaran canvas Universal 19 Feb 2016
Something controlled by rigging
Be gone with the wind
Canvas on a yacht
Leave port
Breeze (along)
Jigger or jib
Flying jib, e.g.
Move effortlessly (along) The Washington Post 31 Dec 2015
Zip (through) LA Times Daily 13 Dec 2015
Advance using wind LA Times Daily 10 Dec 2015
Breeze (through) Eugene Sheffer 26 Nov 2015
Breeze (along) LA Times Daily 24 Nov 2015
Jib or spinnaker USA Today 20 Nov 2015
Go via sea Premier Sunday 15 Nov 2015
Jigger or jib Wall Street Journal 10 Nov 2015
Caravel mover LA Times Daily 05 Nov 2015
Jib or mizzen LA Times Daily 14 Oct 2015
Mast's attachment New York Times 05 Oct 2015
Go wherever the wind blows? New York Times 17 Aug 2015
Spinnaker, e.g USA Today 12 Aug 2015
Travel with Sinbad, say New York Times 09 Aug 2015
Go by boat Newsday 01 Jul 2015
Glide through USA Today 09 Jun 2015
Clipper's canvas Newsday 24 May 2015
Go by sea Universal 20 May 2015
Head out to sea USA Today 27 Apr 2015
Go on the briny Universal 15 Apr 2015
Compete in a regatta Wall Street Journal 03 Apr 2015
Bark feature Wall Street Journal 23 Jan 2015
Breeze (through) Newsday 22 Jan 2015
Go by boat
Go via sea
Compete for the America's Cup
Compete in a fleet race
Mast attachment
Emulate Columbus Eugene Sheffer 01 Jan 2015
Shove off
Clipper's canvas
Breeze (through)
Race in a regatta
Jib or spinnaker
Go on the briny
Go by sea
Zip (through)
Jib or mizzen
Caravel mover
Breeze (through)
Breeze (along)
Advance using wind
Jigger or jib
Compete in a regatta
Bark feature
Travel with Sinbad, say
Mast's attachment
It's rigged
Go for a ride on a cutter
Spinnaker, e.g.
Jib or spinnaker
Head out to sea
Glide through
Go wherever the wind blows?
Travel in a windjammer
Go yachting
Jib or spinnaker
Leave the pier
Leave the harbor
Leave port
Junk mover
Moonraker, for one
Set __
Jib, e.g.
Put out to sea
Catamaran mover
Catamaran feature
One sheet to the wind?
Shove off
Whiz
Take a trip by ship
Catamaran mover
Lateen, e.g.
Put to sea
Take the junk out?
Breeze (through)
Bark part
Crossjack, e.g.
Join the regatta
Windmill arm
Leave port
Mayflower mover
Navigate a windjammer
Take a trip by ship
Spanker or jib
Crossjack, e.g.
Cruise
Whiz
Styx "Come ___ Away"
Windjammer's wind catcher
Be cruising
It may be rigged
With 21-Across, ship out?
Travel like Columbus
Jib, e.g.
Crossjack, e.g.
Jib, for one
It may be rigged
Compete for the America's Cup
Go too far, as a throw
Jib, for one
Spinnaker, e.g.
Yard attachment
Compete for the America's Cup
Jigger or jib, e.g.
Go easily (through)
Go through channels?
Go via ship
Wind catcher
The answer is blowin' in the wind
Go smoothly
Leave the dock
Jib or spinnaker
Jib, e.g.
Sheet in the wind
Jib or spinnaker
Mast attachment
Whiz
Yachting need
Use a catamaran
Go to sea
Clipper feature
Go by yacht
Regatta flapper
Spinnaker, e.g.
Spinnaker, e.g.
Regatta flapper
Clipper's wind catcher
Jib or spinnaker
Use a spinnaker
Fly (through)
Go to sea
10 Down, as a ship
Schooner feature
Jib or mizzen
Spanker, e.g.
The answer is blowin' in the wind
Take to the seas
Compete in the America's Cup
Caravel's canvas
Go yachting
See 17-Across
Harness the wind, in a way
Get going
Breeze (through)
Harness the wind, in a way
Boat's wind catcher
Breeze (through)
Travel smoothly
Jib, for one
Go by yawl
Go smoothly
Compete in the America's Cup
Jib or spanker
It may be trimmed
Windjammer's wind catcher
Skipper a skipjack
Partake in a regatta
Leave port
Go by windjammer
It often leaves the yard
Compete in a yacht race
Fly (through)
Glide effortlessly
De-port?
Topgallant, e.g.
Schooner's attachment
Mizzen or moonraker
Attack, with "into"
Spanker, e.g.
Clipper's sheet
Progress smoothly
Pass (through) with ease
Cruise
See 64-Down
Harness the wind
Spinnaker, for one
Catamaran feature
Cruise
Travel the briny
Jib, for one
Catch the wind
Mizzen or moonraker
Jaunt on the bight, perhaps
Glide effortlessly
Breeze (through)
Jib or spinnaker
Ply the briny
Glide effortlessly
Jaunt on the bight, perhaps
Ship out
Leave port
Spinnaker, for one
Explore the Seven Seas, e.g.
Gollywobbler, e.g.
Jib, for example
Mariner's sheet
Spinnaker, for one
Navigate
Compete for the America's Cup
Go to sea
Go by brigantine, e.g.
Gollywobbler, e.g.
One way to enjoy a breezy day
Sea sight
Mariner's sheet
Lateen or spanker
Jib or spinnaker
Leave port
Move easily
Wind catcher
__ into (criticize)
Go on a cruise
Harness the wind
Travel smoothly
Journey by sloop
Spinnaker or jib
Take a cruise
One sheet to the wind?
Go to sea
Mast item
Go out on the ocean
Shove off
Spinnaker, e.g.
Leave port
De-port?
Leave port
De-port?
Take a cruise
Wind catcher
Flying jib, e.g.
Jigger or jib, e.g.
Travel in a windjammer
Wind catcher
Lateen, e.g.
Spinnaker
Jib, for one
Leave the harbor
Mariner's sheet
Leave the harbor
Make a wake
Junk component
Participate in the America's Cup
Skipper a skipjack
Tall-ship feature
Race in a regatta
Go by brigantine
Jib or spanker
Crossjack
Spinnaker, for example
Go to sea
Go to sea
Explore the seven seas
Jib or spinnaker
Flying jib, e.g.
Spanker, e.g.
Go out in a clipper
Clipper feature
Attack, with "into"
One sheet to the wind
Kind of boat
Compete in the America's Cup
Go out in a clipper
Weigh anchor
Iceboat feature
Spinnaker or jib
Catamaran canvas
Weigh anchor
Breeze (through)
Go yachting
Mizzen, e.g.
Mizzen or moonraker
Ply the seas
Leave port
Catch the wind
Compete in the America's Cup
Jib, e.g.
Shove off
Jib, for one
Travel over the bounding main
Ply the seas
*Wind ... cruise ... canvas
Spanker, e.g.
Spinnaker, for one
Travel by boat
Clipper feature
Word with boat or plane
Shove off
Head out to sea
It stays near the yard
Sunfish feature
Go to sea
Join the regatta
Flying jib, e.g.
Catch the wind
Brave the waves
Travel by water
Shove off
Catch the wind
Glide through
Romp
Set __ (get underway)
Lift anchor
Jib or mizzen
Put to sea
Go yachting
Travel like Columbus
Spanker or jib
Jib, e.g.
Jib or lateen
Iceboat attachment, usually
Lateen or jib
Clipper feature
Shove off
Sampan propeller
Compete in a regatta
Ship out
Spinnaker, e.g.
Jigger for one
Leave shore
Moonraker
Sea sheet
Be gone with the wind
Compete in a regatta
Go by yacht
Glide smoothly
Proceed easily (through)
Sheet over seas
Harness the wind
Journey by sloop
Leave port
Take to sea
Jib
Gollywobbler
Leave dock
Flying jib <P>e.g.
Spanker, e.g.
Go on a cruise
Cast off
Regatta sight
Go by boat
Windmill blade
Spinnaker, e.g.
Spinnaker or jib
Flying jib, for one
Item for a sloop
Take to the briny
Cruise
Leave shore
Jib or jigger
Mizzen or spinnaker
Lateen, e.g.
Go smoothly
Canvas
Spanker
Voyage
Go cruising, in a way
Take the caique
Jamie Green, e.g.
Spanker or crossjack
Proceed easily
Mizzen royal, e.g.
Use a ketch
Lateen or mizzen
Jib
Mizzen, e.g.
Moonraker or crossjack
Go by ketch
Ketch component
"___ Along, Silvery Moon," 1937 song
Depart by boat
Square-rigger feature
Moonraker
Ship out
Jamie Green is one
Trip in a ship
Put out to sea
Breeze catcher
Emulate Magellan
Compete for the America's Cup
Flying jib or spanker
Spinnaker, e.g.
Lateen or Jamie Green
Spinnaker, for one
Jib or lug
Flying jib
Ride in a cat
Navigate
Go cruising
Mizzen or jib
Canvas piece
Jib, for one
Soar
Ancient Mariner's sighting
Jib or main
Lateen
Ship's fabric
Kind of boat
"___ on, O Union . . . "
Lateen.
Regatta sight.
Embark.
Flying jib.
Cruise.
Spanker.
Engage in a sport.
Get under way.
Jib, for one.
Take a ship.
Fly through.
Leave port.
Voyage.
Mizzen.
Put out to sea.
Mizzen royal.
Mizzen, for instance.
Spinnaker.
Canvas.
Jib or royal.
Glide.
Main royal.
Spanker or jib.
Jib.
Go by water.
Depart for Europe.
Crossjack or spanker.
Move smoothly.
Compete in a boatrace.
Go boldly into action (with "in"): Colloq.
Move along with dignity.
Yacht.
Float.
Navigate.
Set ___
Go 29-Across
Make a wake
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