What is another word for Kedge?

681 synonyms found


[ kˈɛd͡ʒ], [ kˈɛd‍ʒ], [ k_ˈɛ_dʒ]

Kedge refers to anchor rope or a small anchor that is used to move a ship from a difficult or tight spot. Synonyms for kedge include heave, drag, haul, tow, move, shift, displace, relocate, and reposition. Each of these synonyms describes the act of moving something heavy or large from one location to another. In a navigational context, the term kedge may be used more frequently, whereas the other synonyms may be more applicable in different settings, such as moving furniture or other materials. Ultimately, the use of synonyms for kedge will depend on the context in which they are used.

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Kedge is a method of fishing in which a large, weighted, baitfish is hooked and pulled through the water by a line attached to a smaller, weighted, baitfish, called a jig. The purpose of the kedge is to entangle the baitfish and slow its forward motion, allowing the fisherman to reel in the larger fish.

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