Examples of seaman in a Sentence
a weathered old seaman who now captains a tour boat
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His father Donald King was a merchant seaman, and his mom Nellie raised Stephen and his older brother as a single mother after his dad went to get cigarettes and never came back, when Stephen was just two years old.
He is identified as a seaman, which suggests his vocation.
According to this article, David Sebe Agyeman Darku of Albion Street and a native of the Gold Coast was a seaman alleged to have attacked prison guard Grahame John Balch (sic) at Winston Green Prison, Birmingham.
Even then, the rope system was antiquated, supposedly a holdover from the days of sailing ships, when seamen adept at scrambling through the rigging of a man-of-war were employed to work backstage in theaters.
Working on a scale that transforms one-foot measurements into a 16th of an inch, model ship builder Robert Hewitt crafts seamen smaller than a person's finger nail.
Arlington High graduate George Coke, a seaman on the USS Oklahoma, was a casualty of the Pearl Harbor attack on Dec. 7, 1941.
On the left is sergeant seaman first class Norman Thomas and me.
The seaman aboard the LST agreed to transport the shell the rest of the way to Steilacoom, but getting the rowing craft aboard on open water proved to be a delicate maneuver.
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First Known Use of seaman
before 12th century
SEAMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of seaman for English Language Learners
: an experienced sailor
: a sailor in the U.S. or British Navy or the U.S. Coast Guard who is not an officer
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