How Do You Spell HAWSER?
Hawser is a term used in maritime to refer to a cable or a large rope used to tow or moor a ship. The word is spelled as /ˈhɔːzər/, with the first syllable pronounced as "haw" like in hawk and the second syllable pronounced as "zər" like in measure. It is believed to have originated from the Dutch word "houser," which means a hoist or a tackle. Proper spelling of this word is crucial in maritime navigation and communication to avoid misunderstanding and misinterpretation.
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Plural form of HAWSER is HAWSERS
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