jibe / ~s n
jibe, gibe, gybe
A Jibe at Shakespeare in 1606
AMMIANUS 22.4.6: AN UNNOTICED ANTI-CHRISTIAN JIBE
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1 change course by swinging a fore-and-aft sail across a following wind: they jibed, and the boat turned over.
2 swing (a sail or boom) across the wind in such a way.
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