HALL is a landsman, and therefore the proper man to send in search of land.
Madden realized he was seeing what every landsman dreams of seeing: a naval battle.
Shall I appoint a mariner to be skipper of my vessel, or a landsman?
It was a daring act; so daring that, landsman as I was, I deemed it almost foolhardy.
These are the stock-in-trade of the landsman; they were too real for the sailor to sing about.
He was—let this excuse be made for him—a landsman, comparatively new to the Islands.
And, being by profession a sailor, I may be able to do much that a landsman could not.
A landsman or boy in a coaster, undeserving the pay of a full-man.
A fine paid by a youngster or landsman on first mounting the top.
A trick upon a landsman, generally performed in a guard-ship.