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Seafarer   /sˈifˌɛrər/   Listen
Seafarer

noun
1.
A man who serves as a sailor.  Synonyms: gob, Jack, Jack-tar, mariner, old salt, sea dog, seaman, tar.






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"Seafarer" Quotes from Famous Books



... been left in the cook's coppers. It may be an honorable calling, that of a soldier, Mabel; but an experienced hand sees many follies and weaknesses in one of these forts. As for that bit of a lake, you know my opinion of it already, and I wish to disparage nothing. No real seafarer disparages anything; but, d—-me, if I regard this here Ontario, as they call it, as more than so much water in a ship's scuttle-butt. Now, look you here, Mabel, if you wish to understand the difference between the ocean and a lake, I can make ...
— The Pathfinder - The Inland Sea • James Fenimore Cooper



Words linked to "Seafarer" :   steersman, sea dog, tar, bo'sun, gob, bosun, helmsman, seaman, steerer, bargee, pilot, bo's'n, lighterman, ship's officer, sailor, bargeman, whaler, able-bodied seaman, sea lawyer, deckhand, mariner, jack, officer, boatswain, crewman, able seaman, bos'n, roustabout



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