floater

[ floh-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF floater

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLOATER

Euripides used almost the same term in floater, for a seaman.

The floater under him churned a little, but there was no noise.

At that instant her floater began to bob fiercely up and down.

This afternoon we passed a floater who had gone by us at New Madrid.

He was a financier and a floater of companies which generally paid.

We had to swim good and hard to catch up with our only hope, the floater.

I parked my floater beside the house that had sheltered Kron as long as I had known him.

Cameron wasn't a bad chap—he simply hadn't character enough to be bad—he was a floater!

When the floater goes under, you will know that a fish is biting at the worm on the hook.

I been along the waterfront long enough t' know that th' lad that picks up a floater gets a reward o' ten dollars from th' city.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FLOATER

vagrant

nounperson with no permanent home and often with no means of support
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