- 1A whaling ship.More example sentences
- On the morning of 11 February 1944, off the Norwegian coast, Stubborn sighted a convoy of seven ships escorted by four trawlers, a whaler and an aircraft.
- This attracted whalers and fishing vessels, as well as the natural deep water which was a suitable harbour to sea vessels on voyage around Cape of Good Hope.
- Cold-stiff hands and aching shoulders hauled on the guys tied to the fore and aft cleats of the whaler until it was drawn back on board the ship.
- 1.1A seaman engaged in whaling.More example sentences
- Back in colonial times, Spanish whaler José Manuel jumped ship in New Zealand and, as was the custom of the time, took several wives.
- However, the island's desolation was offset by whalers who came aboard from the ships Emma Jane and Roswell King.
- According to local legend, the killer whales would even guide the tiny whale boats out to the hunt so that the whalers could harpoon and lance the harassed animal.
- 2Any of a number of large slender-bodied sharks:
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- ● a shark that typically occurs inshore and is sometimes found in rivers (genus Carcharhinus, family Carcharhinidae), including the Australasian C. brachyurus. ● another term for blue shark
- South African white shark dive operators reportedly catch juvenile bronze whaler and smooth hammerhead sharks to use as bait.
- Make no mistake - makos, hammerheads, threshers, tigers, whites, whalers and six-gilled sharks all go over 1000 lb, and some of them with ease.
- On calm days, dive trips go to the windward side of the island to search for large schools of pelagic fish: bronze whalers, hammerheads, mantas and sometimes oceanic white tips.
More definitions of whalerDefinition of whaler in:
- The US English dictionary