Fly-by-Night –


An easily set extra sail used temporarily when running before the wind (wind coming from behind).

A large sail used only for sailing downwind and requiring rather little attention.

Has come to mean ‘here today, gone tomorrow’, or a less-than-stellar reputation.

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