circumnavigator

[ sur-kuh m-nav-i-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF circumnavigator
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In 1592 he had married a sister of Thomas Cavendish the circumnavigator.

Who will be the first circumnavigator along the all-northern trail?

And that was all that there was to be said about Valparaiso and the experiences of this circumnavigator.

At this point the history of Dampier's adventures as a circumnavigator comes properly to an end.

He was a very old man, and had fought the French when Marion, the French circumnavigator, was killed.

The house where the circumnavigator was born was little better than a clay hovel of two rooms.

Francis Drake, the first British circumnavigator of the globe, was born in Devonshire, of humble parents.

A circumnavigator of the globe is less influenced by all the nations he has seen than by his nurse.

Cook (the circumnavigator), and full account of his lineal and collateral descendants.

The canvas-house above spoken of, had been the property of Capt. Cook the circumnavigator.

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