Thesaurus / seafaring
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Poseidon (Neptune) was naturally regarded as the chief patron and tutelary deity of the seafaring Greeks.

The affair had become the conversation of all the seafaring population of the place.

Digby HeathcoteW.H.G. Kingston

I am as much against deeds of violence being done to seafaring men, as seafaring men can be themselves.

Our Mutual FriendCharles Dickens

Having chosen a seafaring life, he was appointed second mate of a vessel going to Santa Cruz.

Such a man in the forecastle of a ship and in my seafaring days such men were not rare is a treasure.

Jack in the ForecastleJohn Sherburne Sleeper

Imagine the seafaring history it has made, the sailor life it has seen!

The RetrospectAda Cambridge

Though he wasn't, he just felt same as a seafaring man, so I didn't mind him being there.

A Man in the OpenRoger Pocock

To see how William Buggles and his kind fared, I donned my seafaring togs and started out to get a job.

What would be the situation of your seaports, and their seafaring inhabitants?

These yarns of seafaring men are salt with the savour of the sea and with the language thereof.

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