twice laid n.
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1 The name given to rope made from a selection of the best yarns from old rope which has been unlaid.
2 A sea dish, in the days of sailing navies, made from salt fish left over from the previous day's rations and mashed up with potatoes or yams. It was not one of the most popular dishes.
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