gaff

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A minor error or faux pas

We politely ignored his gaff.

A trick or con

The sideshow feat was a just a gaff, but the audience was too proud to admit they'd been fooled.

A place of residence

We're going round to Mike's gaff later to watch the footie.

A garment worn to hide the genitals by male transvestites
A tool consisting of a large metal hook with a handle or pole, especially the one used to pull large fish aboard a boat
The upper spar used to control a gaff-rigged sail
To use a gaff, especially to land a fish
{n} a hook, harpoon, a small boom
A gaff is a pole with a point or hook at one end, which is used for catching large fish. see also gaffe. Variant of gaffe
an iron hook with a handle; used for landing large fish a spar rising aft from a mast to support the head of a quadrilateral fore-and-aft sail
a long, straight, wooden pole with a hook on the end that is used to catch buoys
Verb: To gaff or to gaff something Use of Gaffer's tape to attach, fix, secure, repair, waterproof, seal, rig, stabilize, stick, mummify, or generally make semi-permanent Submitted by Karl Kuenning RFL from Roadie Net
A spar to support the head of a gaff sail
A barbed spear or a hook with a handle, used by fishermen in securing heavy fish
a spar rising aft from a mast to support the head of a quadrilateral fore-and-aft sail
an iron hook with a handle; used for landing large fish
{i} harpoon, spear (for spearing fish)
On a boat, a gaff is a pole which is attached to a mast in order to support a particular kind of sail
The spar to which the head of a fore-and-aft sail is connected
a phoney
The spar upon which the upper edge of a fore-and-aft sail is extended
To strike with a gaff or barbed spear; to secure by means of a gaff; as, to gaff a salmon
– A spar that holds the upper side of a four-sided gaff sail
means a device for landing or lifting fish, consisting of one or more hooks attached to a handle
Same as Gaffle, 1
A tool consisting of a large metal hook with a handle or pole, used to pull in large fish
1 A spar hoisted on the aft side of a mast to support the head of a sail, hence gaff-rigged; 2 A spar used to support and spread the head of a sail of four generally unequal sides A sail so rigged is gaff-headed 3 A long-handed instrument used to hook fish from the water
1 : DECEIVE, TRICK; also : FLEECE
Metal spur, sometimes called a heel, fastened over the natural spurs of gamecocks prior to bouts The weapons range from 1 to 3 inches, depending on the size of the gamecock and local regulations
(1) A spar that holds the top of a four sided gaff sail (2) A pole with a hook at the end used to get a fish on board
{f} spear fish with a harpoon
A metal pole with a hooked end used to boat a fish Also a pole or spar that holds the upper portion of a four-sided sail
gaff rig
a sailing rig that has a fore-and-aft sail supported by a spar called a gaff
gaff rigs
plural form of gaff rig
gaff rig
A rig with a fore-and-aft sail that has its upper edge supported by a gaff
gaff topsail
a triangular fore-and-aft sail with its foot along the gaff and its luff on the topmast
blow the gaff
divulge a secret, reveal a secret; tell the truth, expose the truth of the matter; reveal the truth accidentally
stand the gaff
endure in a difficult time, withstand a difficult period of time
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