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landlubber

Line breaks: land|lub¦ber
Pronunciation: /ˈlandlʌbə
 
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Definition of landlubber in English:

noun

informal
A person unfamiliar with the sea or sailing.
Example sentences
  • Hawk's Cay Marina, also a full-service resort for landlubbers, has a dolphin program geared just for the shorter species among us.
  • But thanks to today's weather-resistant fabrics, even a landlubber's deck can sail into the comfort zone.
  • The cleanup drew shoreside development, which, in turn, draws landlubbers to the waterfront every day.

Words that rhyme with landlubber

cucumber

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