Thesaurus / coxswain
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The coxswain waved his megaphone at our friends in a friendly fashion, and then gave his attention to his crew.

In a few moments the dark outline of the boat was seen in the water, and the coxswain was directed to steer towards her.

Brave Old SaltOliver Optic

A mantle for the officer going on duty; when left in the boat it is in the coxswain's charge.

The Sailor's Word-BookWilliam Henry Smyth

Jack Stretcher, who was a capital companion, went with us as coxswain.

Salt WaterW. H. G. Kingston

My first business was to see the coxswain and some of the boat's crew and give them a good plain cursing.

The next minute they were on the bridge, the coxswain looking upon that, as the proper place for his Captain's son.

The Little SkipperGeorge Manville Fenn

“The tender of our brig will take your people ashore,” said he to the coxswain.

Adam the coxswain was considerate only for those who might be in peril.

Then—seven years back—Adam the coxswain had unexpectedly tired of his widowed state and taken to himself a second wife.

As might have been expected, neither the coxswain nor his men would accept a penny of it.

Battles with the SeaR.M. Ballantyne

WORDS RELATED TO COXSWAIN

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.