ocean-going

[ oh-shuh n-goh-ing ]

Antonyms for ocean-going

  • freshwater
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Ocean-going steamships ascend the river to Hankow for their cargoes.

In the first place the "Panther" was hardly more than an ocean-going tug.

The cabins are of the type and size fitted on ocean-going steamers.

For her the name of the ocean-going tug was sufficient introduction.

Joel, the eldest, was pilot of an ocean-going steamer all his life.

The Lurlette was a two-hundred-ton, ocean-going schooner-yacht.

Then the first ocean-going steamer appeared, belittling all else.

This ocean-going bird once had a wide range overseas in the temperate areas of the North Atlantic.

I'm John Margetson, third mate aboard an ocean-going steamer, and no great person at any time.

Wharves for ocean-going steamers should ultimately be constructed at this important port.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR OCEAN-GOING

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