[ lob-ster-muh n ]
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Lobstermen ain't going to risk their lives in a boat like that.

One of the lobstermen had promised to take him out cod-fishing.

The lobstermen in their dories take in the lobster-pots and replenish the bait, while the dory rises and sinks on the long swells.

I could see by the crates piled in the stern of each boat that they were lobstermen, going outside to look after their traps.

Astonished beyond words, the lobstermen and fishers eyed her with blank faces as she burst in the door.

A few fishermen, one or two lobstermen and wreckers, and the lightkeeper were gathered on the knoll by the lighthouse.

The boat Mr. Boscombe had hired had been found by a crew of "lobstermen," empty, on the morning after his departure, out at sea.