What is another word for yardarm to yardarm?

Pronunciation: [jˈɑːdɑːm tə jˈɑːdɑːm] (IPA)

One possible synonyms for "yardarm to yardarm" could be "close-quarters". This phrase is often used to describe situations where people or things are in very close proximity to one another, such as in a ship-to-ship battle where ships may be positioned side-by-side with their yardarms nearly touching. Other possible synonyms for "yardarm to yardarm" could include "face-to-face", "nose-to-nose", "cheek-to-cheek", or "shoulder-to-shoulder". These phrases all convey a sense of intimacy or proximity, and can be used to describe a wide range of situations beyond just naval warfare.

What are the hypernyms for Yardarm to yardarm?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    SHIPPING TERMS, Maritime terms, Nautical terms, Navigation terms, Sailors' terminology.

Related words: yardarm to yardarm yacht, yardarm to yardarm yacht races, yardarm to yardarm yachts, yachts racing each other, yachts racing

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