Old Neils, "the squarehead" deckhand of the green-pea trade!
There's the squarehead so rejuced he even offers to wash me tin plate for me.
Captain Scraggs and The squarehead partook first of the ham and eggs, coffee and bread which the skipper prepared.
That lady is a graduate of Vasser College, an the one shes in with is a squarehead.
We stayed in the house to keep track of the inmates, while the squarehead led one of them off to find a kokua.
The second sailor was a squarehead and rushed his antagonist.
The squarehead tells me his new navigatin' officer an' the new engineer has jumped their jobs.
Let's borrow a blanket or two from The squarehead an' curl up on deck.
Here The squarehead, who had been enjoying the unique situation immensely, decided to take a hand.
Me an' The squarehead legs it together an' takes our chances.
A Scandinavian or person of Scandinavian descent; Scandahoovian (1903+)