seagoing[ see-goh-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF seagoing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEAGOING
The number of improvements since his seagoing days was astonishing.
I call it that because it can hardly be called a seagoing experience.
Only a seagoing man knows how to take a ship's ladder with speed.
Thus the honour of having carried the first seagoing vessel to this sea also belongs to the great navigator.
This bill included a feasible project for making the Virginia Capital accessible to seagoing vessels.
And besides the building of a seagoing fleet, we have to build our inland water crafts and fishing fleets.
There can be no doubt whatever that the predynastic boats were not seagoing galleys.
The Spaniards, already in evil odour with the seagoing population, were accused of abominable treachery.
His eye fell on a small fishing schooner at the end of the wharf, the only boat of seagoing size that the place boasted.
It was smaller, perhaps two thirds the size of the one which Thorvald had fashioned into a seagoing craft.