Washout

A situation that happens after big seas and big tides resulting in all sealife getting washed onto the shoreline including crabs, worms lobsters and even fish. A great time to get a few fresh lobsters for the pot and to stock up your bait freezers.

Washout

A washout is the sudden erosion of soft soil or other support surfaces by a gush of water, usually occurring during a heavy downpour of rain (a flash flood) or other stream flooding. These downpours may occur locally in a thunderstorm or over a large area, such as following the landfall of a tropical cyclone. If a washout occurs in a crater-like f...
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Washout

(1) Erosion of a relatively soft surface, such as a roadbed, by a sudden gush of water, as from a downpour or floods. (2) A channel produced by such erosion.
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washout

(wahsh´out) a cleansing or sweeping clean. nitrogen washout nitrogen washout test.
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Washout

• (n.) The washing out or away of earth, etc., especially of a portion of the bed of a road or railroad by a fall of rain or a freshet; also, a place, especially in the bed of a road or railroad, where the earth has been washed away.
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washout

wash noun the erosive process of washing away soil or gravel by water (as from a roadway); `from the house they watched the washout of their newly seeded lawn by the water`
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Washout

[aeronautics] Washout refers to a feature of wing design to deliberately reduce the lift distribution across the span of the wing of an aircraft. The wing is designed so that the angle of incidence is greater at the wing roots and decreases across the span, becoming lowest at the wing tip. This is usually to ensure that, at the stall speed,...
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Washout

Wash'out` noun The washing out or away of earth, etc., especially of a portion of the bed of a road or railroad by a fall of rain or a freshet; also, a place, especially in the bed of a road or railroad, where the earth has been washed away.
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Washout

1. A goal that is disallowed for one of several reasons, such as the puck being kicked into the goal
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Washout

A split with the corner pin (7 or 10) standing; symbolised as W; not making the spare is considered
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Washout

The 1-2-10 or 1-2-4-10 for right-handers and the 1-3-7 or 1-3-6-7 for lefties.
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WASHOUT

The terms 'wing twist' and 'washout' refer to wings designed so that the outboard sections have a lower ANGLE OF INCIDENCE, 3 or 4
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WASHOUT

Twist incorporated in wing tips to raise the trailing edge, to give less incidence at the tip than at the root
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