beachcomber[ beech-koh-mer ]SEE DEFINITION OF beachcomber
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEACHCOMBER
He was wrecked on the Peruvian coast and became a beachcomber, and then got a berth in a whaler.
The beachcomber meditated a few seconds; then he walked down to the boat.
“Hold hard,” cried the beachcomber, when the bottom was nearly reached.
I'll admit he's not exactly my style, but he's no beachcomber.
Some beachcomber in Honolulu had whispered to you, and you'd written to the Governor to find out.
On calling the roll one dawn I found that The Beachcomber was missing.
He slops around the lagoon like a beachcomber and hasn't brought in a decent specimen yet.
They followed the path, and a moment later caught a fleeting glimpse of the beachcomber.
Ahead of them they now could see a moving light which undoubtedly was a flash lantern carried by the beachcomber.
Again the beachcomber struck the stalagmites, listening raptly while the sounds died slowly away.