- a sailor.
- the master of a ship.
Origin of shipman
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Examples from the Web for shipman
Or am I and others who cite luck, including Shipman, simply more self-aware or forthcoming than most people, especially men?
To be clear, Kay and Shipman are not the only ones who seem to have a problem with women using the “L-word.”
When Shipman would not open the door, Nowak began to cry, the police said.
Shipman cracked the window, and Nowak sprayed pepper spray into the vehicle.
I bought it for two rose nobles from a shipman who came from the Levant.The White Company
Arthur Conan Doyle
A seaman had run from the Lion's hold and whispered in the ear of the shipman.
By the shipman's reckoning they were now about midway between the two shores.
"We cannot win back to her, lest we show our flank to these others," said the shipman.
“Shipman,” was all Mr. Lighton said, and then he spoke to the center.A Quarter-Back's Pluck