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Sail

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You may hoist sail. Cut your stick, be off. Maria saucily says to Viola, dressed in man’s apparel—

“Will you hoist sail, sir? Here lies your way.”—Shakespeare: Twelfth Night, i. 5.

To set sail. To start on a voyage.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Safety Matches
Saffron
Saffron Veil
Saga (plural Sagas)
Sagan of Jerusalem
Sages (The Seven)
Sagittarius
Sagittary
Sagramour le Desirus
Sahib (in Bengalee, Saheb)
Sail
Sail before the Wind (To)
Sailing under False Colours
Sailing within the Wind or Sailing close to the Wind
Sailor King
Saint
St. Bees College (Cumberland)
St. Cecilia
St. Cuthbert’s Duck
St. Distaff
St. Elmo