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The answer ALOFT has 328 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of aloft in various dictionaries:
adv - at or on or to the masthead or upper rigging of a ship
adv - upward
adv - at or to great height
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Up in the air|
|In the sky|
|Utilizing a parasail|
|Hovering in the sky|
|Floating above the rooftops|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Up in or into the air overhead.|
|up in or into the air overhead.|
|in the air or in a higher position:|
|in the higher atmosphere above the earth|
|at or to great height high up in or into the air|
|at or on or to the masthead or upper rigging of a ship|
|Aloft might refer to|
This list of ship directions explains dozens of related terms such as fore, aft, astern, aboard, or topside. For background, see below: Origins.* abaft (preposition)|
* at or toward the stern of a ship, or further back from a location, e.g. the mizzenmast is abaft the mainmast.
* onto or within a ship, or in a group.
* a higher deck of the ship.
* aft (adjective)
* toward the stern (rear) of a ship.
* floating in the water without propulsion.
* resting on the shore or wedged against the sea floor.
* with sails furled and helm lashed alee.
* on or toward the lee (the downwind side).
* the stacks, masts, rigging, or other area above the highest solid structure.
* near the middle part of a ship.
* toward the port side of a ship (opposite of "astarboard").
* on or towards the shore or land.
* toward the starboard side of a ship (opposite of "aport").
* astern (adjective)
* toward the rear of a ship (opposite of "forward").
* toward t