Meaning of fore-and-after
Pronunciation: (fôr'und af'tur, äf'-, fōr'-), [key]
- a sailing vessel with a fore-and-aft rig.
- a beam running fore and aft across a hatchway to support hatch covers laid athwart the hatchway.
- a vessel having a sharp stern; a double ender.
- deerstalker (def. 2).
- fore-and-after (Thesaurus)