Examples of seaman in a Sentence
a weathered old seaman who now captains a tour boat
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Pre-Wilson, birds were preserved in brandy, which affected their coloration; on long sea voyages, too, such preservatives were regularly drunk by none-too-squeamish seamen.
One of Duane’s ships was even frozen in the Soviet Union for months, Springer told Dateline, and his grandfather lived in Russian seamen’s hostels waiting for the thaw.
At the end of it, the heavy seaman was pinned to the corner by gravity and fear.
Its mssion was to train 30,000 merchant seamen for duty aboard vessels that, during wartime, delivered materiel to Allied forces.
After 11 months of delicate negotiations, the seamen were freed that December.
Before the Olympics opening ceremony Friday, Pence will visit the Cheonan Memorial, which honors the 46 seamen who died when a North Korean torpedo sunk a South Korean naval vessel in 2010.
In the fourth episode, Crozier orders the lashing of a seaman who kidnaps Lady Silence.
The remains of a Navy seaman who died during the World War II attack at Pearl Harbor have been identified and will be buried will full military honors in the North Carolina mountains.
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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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