Definition of seaman in English:
noun (plural seamen)
1A person who works as a sailor, especially one below the rank of officer.
- But the former merchant seaman is not your average bum.
- The Yorkshire man was a former merchant navy seaman.
- ‘Make a goal and go for it’ was a motto that stuck with the former deck seaman.
- Example sentences
- For there to be some purpose to being out on the ocean, well, somehow it feels more seamanlike and very fitting.
- An optional gunter sloop rig makes for a very seamanlike rig, and one ideal for young people to learn to sail with.
- She has been maintained and equipped in a very seamanlike fashion and should bring her new owner many years of boating, and fishing, pleasure.
Words that rhyme with seamancacodemon, daemon, demon, Freeman, freemen, Philemon, Riemann, Schliemann, seamen, semen
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