sterling

[ stur-ling ]SEE DEFINITION OF sterling

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STERLING

The Sterling was short-handed this passage, mustering but four hands in a watch.

I presume half our people, on a pinch, could have brought the Sterling in.

Jack Pugh staid behind, the Sterling being about to load for Ireland.

The Sterling loved to be under water, even in moderate weather.

This voyage carried me to London for the first time since I left it in the Sterling.

There are two Captains Cooper in the navy,--father and son,--but neither had been in the Sterling.

She had money on board (the plunder of Malta) to the amount of L600,000 sterling.

Mr. Severance was a man of many rare and sterling attractions.

I had arrived with a purse of thirty thousand pounds sterling.

For Jan it was only another proof that Tony possessed a sterling character.

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