midshipman

[ mid-ship-muh n, mid-ship- ]SEE DEFINITION OF midshipman

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They made him a midshipman; but, disliking the sea, he was determined to go to America.

He served six years as midshipman in the navy, and did not like it.

Mr. Janverin, midshipman of the Tigre, and eleven men were wounded.

On the third morning he put on his midshipman's clothes for the first time.

"You are taking late to the sea," the midshipman who had not yet spoken remarked.

Midshipman Mayrant, with a large party of sailors, followed.

The midshipman promised to do as desired; then the rear-admiral was left alone.

The midshipman retired to his own cabin, and Harry went on deck.

A midshipman and warrant-officer, with four hands, were in her.

“I hope not,” answered the midshipman, surprised at the question.

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