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Stowaway   Listen
noun
Stowaway  n.  One who conceals himself board of a vessel about to leave port, or on a railway train, in order to obtain a free passage.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Stowaway" Quotes from Famous Books



... sort of toothbrush best for grown girls! Now, Alma, I promised Jim Cosgrove I'd keep a lookout, and sure thing you do tally with his illustrated funny page he's been handin' out every trip I made since that stowaway ride. I'm durned glad I didn't mention the stowaway. He'd be apt to tear the gears apart to make sure you're not distributed in the lubricating oil. He is sure set on findin' the girl who gave him the slip. Can't stand a little thing like that ...
— The Girl Scout Pioneers - or Winning the First B. C. • Lillian C Garis

... you're a stowaway, that I could have you chucked overboard, or put into irons or something," he said, furiously, his ...
— The Woman's Way • Charles Garvice



Words linked to "Stowaway" :   rider, stow away, passenger



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