I want him to shove the pintle into the lower gudgeon.
"Moran of the Lady Letty" by Frank Norris
The pintles carried away, and it dropped off at last.
"Falk" by Joseph Conrad
A consoling wave lapped the empty pintles and gave the decaying craft a caress by the element whose mistress she so long had been.
"White Shadows in the South Seas" by Frederick O'Brien
On examining our rudder, the pintles were found to be loose, and we were obliged to unhang it, and take it on shore to repair.
"A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. 15 (of 18)" by Robert Kerr
At the top of the pintle, a cast-iron plate should support the base of the column above.
"The American Architect and Building News, Vol. 27, No. 733, January 11, 1890" by Various
The "acorn" is the head of the "pintle" or pin that passes thru the knuckle.
"Handwork in Wood" by William Noyes
You will find the goods sunk astern, and the buoy-rope to them fastened to the lower pintle of the rudder.
"Jacob Faithful" by Captain Frederick Marryat
Her rudder hung frozen upon its pintles, and looked as it should.
"The Frozen Pirate" by W. Clark Russell
A little before sunset, we were again swept on to the bank with such force as to draw the pintles of our rudder.
"Diary in America, Series One" by Frederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat)
A metal cleat bolted to the back of the stern-post for one of the pintles to rest upon, to lessen both strain and friction.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
The rudder is hooked to this by means of two hooks called pintles.
"Boys' Book of Model Boats" by Raymond Francis Yates
It moves on a "pintle" a few inches long.
"The Expositor's Bible: Colossians and Philemon" by Alexander Maclaren
The pintles of the hinges should also be carefully adjusted so that the joint members of the door shall remain true.
"Gas-Engines and Producer-Gas Plants" by R. E. Mathot