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Southeast Greenland bears may be mostly isolated by Greenland’s ice sheet to the west and a rapid current to the east, which could sweep seafaring bears south and stifle northward movement, the researchers say.

The legendary seafaring nation is now venturing further into cosmic exploration.

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Ports in even the most avidly seafaring nations refused to allow mariners ashore.

Tea describes this boundary as a “soft barrier,” with the spaces between islands occasionally allowing seafaring species to pass through to the neighboring ocean realm.

Meanwhile, arrival of humans in Australia 65,000 years ago shows we’d mastered seafaring.

But it turns out we may be wrong about our seafaring friends.

She delivered oracles in dreams to those who consulted her about fishery and seafaring.

"I have changed my opinion of a seafaring life," Ryan said, after a pause.

All the way along, shipmasters and seafaring folk nodded respectfully to Alpheus Briggs, or touched their hats to him.

A pleasant place it was, indeed, and trimly eloquent of the hand of an old seafaring man.

He paused and scanned the seaward horizon with that intent abstracted gaze which is peculiar to seafaring men.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to seafaring, such as: maritime, nautical, seagoing, marine, oceanic, and oceangoing.

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