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For landlubbers, the visitor center can provide other lodging choices.
There are soups, salads, cold and hot plates, a raw bar, fresh fish, sushi, sashimi and nigiri and a few plated entrees of chicken, beef, pork and duck for landlubbers.
But when a sailing watch is beautiful, any landlubber with an eye for design will simply appreciate the cut of its jib.
But Eight Bells is a popular venue for sailors transitioning from the open sea to landlubber status.
With winds gusting up to 50 mph in spots throughout Southern California on Tuesday, March 28, anyone heading to the beach or out on the water should stay alert, officials said, but landlubbers don’t have much to fear besides trash cans tipping over.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Human ancestors that left Africa hundreds of thousands of years ago to see the rest of the world were no landlubbers.
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First Known Use of landlubber
LANDLUBBER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of landlubber for English Language Learners
: a person who knows very little or nothing about the sea or ships : a person who is not a sailor
LANDLUBBER Defined for Kids
Definition of landlubber for Students
: a person who lives on land and knows little or nothing about the sea
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