In the part that precedes or goes first; -- opposed to aft, after, back, behind, etc.
In or towards the bows of a ship.
Advanced, as compared with something else; toward the front; being or coming first, in time, place, order, or importance; preceding; anterior; antecedent; earlier; forward; -- opposed to back or behind; as, the fore part of a garment; the fore part of the day; the fore and of a wagon.
The front; hence, that which is in front; the future.
the front or bow part of the vessel.
The front of the boat - the sharp end. Prefix referring a component of the foremast... foretop, forechains, fore backstay, etc.
Prefix used to denote that part of a ship's frame and machinery that lies near the forward end.
Forward part of a vessel, or things in that direction; as in foremast, fore hatch. Opposite of aft.
situated in front; the front part of a vessel at the bow.
front part of a vessel or aircraft; "he pointed the bow of the boat toward the finish line"
A term used indicating portions, or that part, of a ship at (or adjacent to) the bow. Also applied to that portion and parts of the ship lying between amidships and the stem; as forebody, forehold, and foremast.
Forward or towards the bow. This can be used to describe anything that is nearer the bow than something else, for example, the cockpit may be in the aft end of the vessel, but its end nearest the bow would be the “fore end of the cockpit”.
The part of a boat or things forward of amidships
The forward mast or the front of the ship.
Front. Not just a golfing term, "Arnie".
Toward or at forward most area of a ship.
forward part of a ship opposite of aft
To, at or near the front of the boat. Foresail A foresail is the sail (such as a jib) located immediately in front of the main mast. It is attached to the forestay.
Expressions Fore and aft Expressions
Denoting at, near, or towards the bow.
Located at the front of a boat.
The front (bow) of the ship
towards the bow (front)
towards the front of your buggy.
A term used in indicating portions or that part of a ship at or adjacent to the bow. Applied to that portion of the ship lying between the midship section and stem as fore body. Also to portions or parts of the ship lying between the midship section and stem as fore hold and foremast.
At, near or towards the bow (forward part of the vessel)
the front part of the ship. "She had sustained damage in the fore."
The front or forward part of a boat.
Toward the front of a ship.
The front quarter of a ship. A Fore-castle (Abbreviated to Foc'stle by sailors) referred not to any buildings, but instead to the fore of the ship itself. Historically Foc'stle guns were small caliber cannon mounted on the front railing of a ship, the heavier guns would be stationed to the rear, or in the case of larger ships, below on a seperate gunnery deck. In the age of Catapults and Ballistae, a more modern Foc'stle gun would be replaced by a small Ballista, or a greek fire spout. Once again, Heavier weapons such as Catapults tended to be stationed closer to the rear.