nautical

[ naw-ti-kuhl, not-i- ]SEE DEFINITION OF nautical
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"Ten minutes more and it is too late," said the nautical passenger.

After this piece of nautical gallantry, the glass began to circulate.

And, as usual, his nautical friend to interrupt and comment.

Sears was excited now, and, as usual when excited, drifted into nautical phraseology.

In the evening we had our second nautical entertainment in honour of the day.

On the whole river there was nothing that looked half so nautical.

Beyond the fact that these were of nautical appearance, there was no distinctive dress.

This is what we nautical Men shout to one another as we pass in our Ships.

Poor Giuseppe, in spite of his nautical costume, was man of all work.

They're blue and that's the sailor's colour and bells are nautical too.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR NAUTICAL

mile

noun5, 280 feet/1.609 kilometers measured

miles

noun5, 280 feet/1.609 kilometers measured
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