fisherman

[ fish-er-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF fisherman
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FISHERMAN

A fisherman's boy in a boat rowed slowly along by their side.

The fisherman had indeed seen Lambert's boat, which was well known.

This fisherman, I am glad to tell you, was an exceedingly humane and upright man.

My pride was touched, and I agreed to go, leaving my fisherman in the lurch.

I was not long in making a bargain with a fisherman to aid in catching shad.

The heavy clothing and loose thigh-boots were those of a fisherman.

He was soon over, and then the second fisherman got over, and then the third.

This experience dampened my enthusiasm as a fisherman for that day.

Once a fisherman was passing there who slipped and fell into the hole.

The fisherman in the blue guernsey was in the boat, which was a stout-built craft in her way.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FISHERMAN

hunter

nouna person who hunts
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