Commentary: Syntax includes: NP1[agent] REEVE NP2[patient1] PP[patient2] NP1[agent] REEVE NP2[patient]
He reeved the end of the rope through the pulley block, and we attached the end to No.2 oar.
He saw that the rope was worn when he reeved the rope through.
An eye was made at one end, and through this the other end was reeved, so that a running noose was obtained.
It was reeved through a limber hole in the side of the ship, and attached to a snatch block.
I was reeved down a line in the center of a long high line across the falls.
The rope reeved through these sheaves.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 2
Commentary: Syntax includes: NP1[agent] REEVE NP2[patient1] (PP[patient2]) NP1[agent] REEVE NP2[instrument]
The rope was fairly reeved, and the tackle sound.
Some Hessian soldiers were reeving ropes over the arm of the tree.
The rope was reeved round a pair of large blocks.
Instead, the membrane was reeved with nonresorbable sutures to achieve straightening.
One end of the rope was reeved through the chain of the shark-hook and the other end fastened to a tree.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 3