whaling

[ hwey-ling, wey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF whaling

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You would think he was off on a whaling cruise—three years and a tail.

The father of these three children had been lost at sea on a whaling voyage.

Besides, they would exchange the whaling news, and have an agreeable chat.

Are you not the precious image of each and all of us men in this whaling world?

The whale has no famous author, and whaling no famous chronicler, you will say.

The whale no famous author, and whaling no famous chronicler?

How comes all this, if there be not something puissant in whaling?

Why did the Dutch in De Witt's time have admirals of their whaling fleets?

Grant it, since you cite it; but, say what you will, there is no real dignity in whaling.

Do you mean to say you have run across Jim Carver on board that whaling bark?

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