We have no meanings for "work to windward" in our records yet.
At 2 P.M. weighed and began to work to windward...anchored near the Investigator.
Put her under easy sail and let her work to windward on two-hour legs.
Notwithstanding these demonstrations of a wish to work to windward, Spike was really in no hurry.
We endeavoured to work to windward but were obliged to take to our oars again, having lost ground on each tack.
Perhaps the "Albatross" would be able to remain in the neighborhood until she was again fit to work to windward.
At 6 A.M. perceived the Investigator attempting to weigh, on which we (after some difficulty) weighed and began to work to windward.
At day-light next morning, May 1st, we got again under sail, and attempted to work to windward, having a light breeze down the bay.
At 10 weighed and made sail, to work to windward, at 11 came to in 8 fathoms of water-finesand and shells.
At 3 P.M. the Investigator lifted her anchor and worked to windward.
Half-past 3 P.M. weighed and worked to windward the outlet of the bay.
He's been sleeping, while he should have been working to windward!
At the same time more ingenious rigging increased her power of working to windward.
This I permitted him to do till I had worked to windward, when I bore down upon him.
Worked to windward...at 5 P.M. tacked.
No boats could have been manoeuvred better in working to windward, than were these canoes of the naked savages.
No boats could have been manoeuvred better, in working to windward, than were these long canoes by the naked savages.
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