Man's a steerer, steerer, steerer, Man's a steerer—life is a pool.
Here, said the Steerer to the Guy, is the picture of what you will get in reality.
Madame, there is a four-oared boat in view without a steerer.
Seats were provided for nine persons, including the steerer and the fireman.
He knows that if he wants to keep on growing he's got to have what they call a steerer.
The steerer must know the course and all its points perfectly.
The steerer should not be repeatedly looking round, as regards his course.
It was paddled by two Indians, of whom the one in the stern—the steerer—appeared to be a very large man.
I recognised the two men as those who had passed before, and the steerer was certainly an immense fellow.
Three days after the arrival of the vessel in port the steerer of the vessel was seized with the disease.