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  • Adverb: aft  ãft
    1. At or near or toward the stern of a ship or tail of an aeroplane
      "stow the luggage aft"
      - abaft, astern
    Adjective: aft  ãft
    1. (nautical, aeronautical) situated at or toward the stern or tail

    See also: after, aftermost, back

    Antonym: fore

    Encyclopedia: Aft

Examples
  • She came alongside and raked him fore and aft.
  • A rear hatch cover had broken loose and water was flooding into the aft section.
  • The slosh mass locations move considerably aft of the c. g. of the vehicle.
  • Bewildered and half drowned as i was, i had the sense to rush aft.
  • The ship was raked fore and aft by enemy's fire
  • I walked aft until i reached the mainmast
  • The ship was loaded with cargo fore and aft
  • Mr hollar, i want iifelines fore and aft
  • Mauser, i want forward and aft guns manned at all times
  • The ship was loaded with cargo fore and aft
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