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line1 a string, rope, or wire. [1/10 definitions]
loop the rounded shape made when a piece of string, ribbon, or rope is folded back on itself. [1/5 definitions]
mainstay a strong rope or cable that holds and steadies the mast of a sailing ship. [1/2 definitions]
noose a loop that passes through a knot in the end of a rope or other line. When the rope is pulled, the loop becomes smaller.
pulley a simple machine that makes lifting something easier. A pulley has a wheel or set of wheels with grooves that a rope or chain can be pulled over.
rawhide a rope or whip made of such leather. [1/2 definitions]
rig to make ready for use by attaching sails, lines, and rope. [1/5 definitions]
rope to tie or tie up with a rope, or as if with a rope. [2/5 definitions]
splice to weave together (pieces of rope). [1/2 definitions]
strand2 a length of fibers, threads, wires, or hairs twisted together to form yarn, rope, or cable. [1/3 definitions]
string a cord or thin rope. [1/9 definitions]
tackle a rope and pulley used to lift or move a heavy weight. [1/5 definitions]
tether a rope, chain, or leash for tying up or holding something that moves. [1/2 definitions]
tightrope a thick rope or wire that is stretched tight and high above the ground. Acrobats perform on a tightrope at a circus.
tow1 to pull along at the end of a rope or chain; haul. [2 definitions]
trapeze a rope swing with a bar hung high above the ground. A trapeze is often used by acrobats in a circus.
winch a machine, run by motor or hand, that pulls or lifts objects by a rope or cable that is wound around a drum.