lobsterman

[ lob-ster-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF lobsterman

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The lobsterman made other attempts at conversation, but they were unproductive.

The lobsterman chuckled as he undid the door of the trap and thrust in his arm.

Guess you never see no hens like them afore, chuckled the lobsterman as he rowed away.

The lobsterman caught it, called his thanks and gave the Pet a final shove that carried her past him.

"It's a good thing you came along," said Daddy Bunker, as he thanked the lobsterman.

There were a good many shorts in the trap, but there were also four good-sized lobsters, and the lobsterman seemed well pleased.

The mournful wail of a horn in the fog now and then announced the location of some lobsterman.

Once a lobsterman lost his watch, chain and all; for a day or two he was asking everybody he met if they'd seen it.

Then a lobsterman has to rebait his traps, and as he does that with rotten fish, it's not a sweet job.

Once she was sure she saw it, but a second view disclosed a lobsterman coming in from hauling his lobster-pots.

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