Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


I am going back to my old vocation of pearler in Torres Straits.

This schooner was a pearler, and they had the location of a bed of shell.

I am Cuthbert Ellison, the pearler, your husband, and I wish to be no other.

As soon as they separated, I accosted the Pearler, and offered my services.

Cadell, who was a great friend of Jensen, was himself a pearler.

At last, on the sea-front again, he chanced upon a pearler who had met him heading round the hill-side.

Although I describe him as a Dutch pearler I am somewhat uncertain as to his exact nationality.

The ship, which I concluded was a pearler, kept steadily on her way, and eventually disappeared below the horizon.

After a while the Pearler seemed to recollect business elsewhere; he drank up his liquor, and went out, leaving us together.