Abreast |

Crosswise |

Alongside |

___ of light |

Nautical term |

Nautical word |

Ship position |

Nautical bearing |

Alongside a ship |

Nautical position |

Alongside, at sea |

Nautical location |

Crosswise, at sea |

Crossing the keel |

Nautical direction |

On board direction |

Shipboard position |

Sideways on a ship |

Crosswise, on deck |

Shipboard direction |

Crosswise on a ship |

Crosswise, shipwise |

Laterally, in a way |

Laterally, on ships |

U.S.N.A. expression |

Lateral to the keel |

Like a leading wind |

Crosswise to a ship |

Crosswise, on a boat |

Crosswise, in a ship |

Position on the briny |

At right angles, asea |

Crosswise to the keel |

Perpendicular, at sea |

Crosswise, nautically |

In a nautical position |

Facing a ship's length |

Directly from the side |

Right-angled to a keel |

From port to starboard |

Lying port-to-starboard |

At three or nine o'clock |

Lateral to a ship's keel |

Opposite a ship's middle |

Right angles to the keel |

Right-angled to the keel |

To right or left at sea |

At right angles to a keel |

At right angles to a ship |

Perpendicular to the keel |

At right angles, as a ship |

Off to the side, on a ship |

Crosswise to a ship's keel |

At right angles to a vessel |

Perpendicularly to the keel |

At right angles, in sailing |

Crosswind direction, at sea |

At a right angle, nautically |

At right angles to the keel. |

Directly abreast (of a ship) |

90 degrees from fore-and-aft |

At a right angle to the keel |

Crosswise to a ship's middle |

Crosswise to the ship's middle |

At 90-degree angles, nautically |

Ninety degrees from fore-and-aft |

Directly abreast a ship's middle |

Perpendicular to a ship's length |

At right angles to a ship's keel |

Perpendicular to a ship's midline |

Perpendicular to the ship's middle |

At right angles to the ship's keel |

At right angles to a ship's length |

Opposite the middle part of a ship. |

Abreast the middle of a ship's side |

At a right angle to a ship's length |

Opposite the middle of a ship's side |

At right angles to the side of a ship |

Perpendicular to the keel, nautically |

At right angles to the length of a ship |

If I pursue __ of light . . .": Einstein |

At right angles to the length of a plane |

Geometric pattern used in computer models |

At rightÂ angles to the length of a ship |