Thesaurus / skipper
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The skipper had the grace to blush, and shifted uneasily in his chair.

The Green MummyFergus Hume

“Lest you should prove only too successful,” laughed the skipper.

The Congo RoversHarry Collingwood

“We should have been a week or two, or even a month about it, if we had made the attempt,” answered the skipper.

Whereupon he began perforce playing his old game of artful dodging, exercising his best powers as a hopper and skipper.

A Reversible Santa ClausMeredith Nicholson

The skipper was a heavy-bearded individual who knew his job, but nothing beyond it.

Skipper of Drifter (who has been fined thirty-five shillings for losing a pair of binoculars).

The skipper then gave three resentful, protesting whistle-blasts.

"I think I can tell you, sir," added the skipper, with a smile.

The Yacht ClubOliver Optic

But the Skipper's madness would preserve the secret which he no longer knew, and, therefore, could not reveal.

Tongues of ConscienceRobert Smythe Hichens

"That is the reason," Colonel John answered cryptically, and to the skipper's surprise.

The Wild GeeseStanley John Weyman

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