They cannot be called 'beachcombers,' for there is nothing on the beach for them to comb.
Towards midnight she sank; and the last of the beachcombers of Kuria sank with her.
Some find their way to Hawaiian beaches where they are highly prized by beachcombers.
Beachcombers who had been adopted into villages in the interior sauntered in over jungle trails.
The beachcombers would be in clean pyjama suits with bright-coloured neckties.
Rival chiefs competed for the acquisition of muskets, gunpowder, and beachcombers.
Perhaps no book of Stevenson's is less popular than his narrative of storm and calm, of beachcombers and brown Polynesian princes.
He could not help filling the book full with his abundant vitality and his keen observation of the islands and the beachcombers.
The crews are all hard cases, beachcombers and the like, picked up in the Madagascar ports.
With him were three beachcombers whose foul language and insolent demeanour angered both the captain and Simi, who were quiet men.