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sea captain

noun as in skipper

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He became a licensed sea captain and often traveled throughout the Caribbean with his wife on their yacht.

“Persuasion,” by Jane AustenThis Austen novel has it all — thwarted love, catty siblings, Bath, head injuries, sea captains and a love letter to die for!

He was the illegitimate son of a French sea captain and his Haitian chambermaid.

"It is a letter to a sea-captain at Batavia whom I once served under," he replied quietly.

His uncle, the boy's only living relative, is an old sea captain under whom I served for some time and a very dear friend.

He had been a sea-captain for many years, and was a man of considerable experience.

Just then a sea captain came up to me, and, pretending to know me, told me he would fetch me to my father.

D—n me if I don't wish you had knocked that sea captain's teeth into his throat, and his brains with them.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sea captain, such as: captain, coach, commander, master, and officer.

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