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See definition of sailorly on Dictionary.com
  • as innautical/naval
  • as innautical

synonyms for sailorly

  • abyssal
  • aquatic
  • boating
  • cruising
  • deep-sea
  • marine
  • maritime
  • navigating
  • navigational
  • oceangoing
  • oceanic
  • oceanographic
  • pelagic
  • rowing
  • sailing
  • salty
  • sea-loving
  • seafaring
  • seagoing
  • thalassic
  • yachting
  • navigational
  • seafaring
  • maritime
  • marine
  • aquatic
  • naval
  • oceanic
  • pelagic
  • salty
  • ship
  • abyssal
  • thalassic
  • boating
  • cruising
  • deep-sea
  • navigating
  • oceangoing
  • oceanographic
  • rowing
  • sailing
  • sea-loving
  • seagoing
  • yachting
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How to use sailorly in a sentence

"I'd like to take up that loan and save the rest of the year's interest, Deacon Rowley," stated Mayo, with sailorly bluntness.
BLOW THE MAN DOWNHOLMAN DAY
The captain was a fine, rollicking, sailorly-looking man, with a fascinating manner.
LOOKING SEAWARD AGAINWALTER RUNCIMAN
Mate McGaw was a sailorly man and understood how to fit one fact with another.
BLOW THE MAN DOWNHOLMAN DAY
Smart lads used to leave the village and come back after many days with flat caps and earrings, and a sailorly roll.
THE ROMANCE OF THE COASTJAMES RUNCIMAN
The commander looked at Parry with brows arched by astonishment and sailorly concern.
THE LAST ENTRYWILLIAM CLARK RUSSELL
We do not think that there ever was a more sailorly publication than this.
NUTS TO CRACK; OR QUIPS, QUIRKS, ANECDOTE AND FACETE OF OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARSRICHARD GOOCH
The man was the sailorly-looking fellow you would expect to see in him, after his confession of his calling.
A TALE OF TWO TUNNELSWILLIAM CLARK RUSSELL
Captain Killam, her commander, is highly esteemed, for his sailorly and gentlemanly qualities.
ACADIAFREDERIC S. COZZENS
He was not sailorly, and yet he had a smack of the sea about him too.
TREASURE ISLANDROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Then he mounted the cabin, and emitted a sailorly yell to the crew.
THE GRAIN SHIPMORGAN ROBERTSON
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WORDS RELATED TO SAILORLY

  • abyssal
  • aquatic
  • boating
  • cruising
  • deep-sea
  • marine
  • maritime
  • naval
  • navigating
  • navigational
  • oceangoing
  • oceanic
  • oceanographic
  • pelagic
  • rowing
  • sailing
  • sailorly
  • salty
  • sea-loving
  • seafaring
  • seagoing
  • ship
  • thalassic
  • yachting
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