Origin of sailer
[sey-ler; German zahy-ler]
- An·ton [ahn-tohn] /ˈɑn toʊn/, Toni, 1935–2009, Austrian skier.
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Examples from the Web for sailer
Is National Review getting better or worse by exiling Sailer and Derbyshire?Today's Question: Fire John Derbyshire?
May 22, 2012
I couldn't risk being followed to the wreck of the sailer, so I took her with me.The Winds of Time
James H. Schmitz
My idea is, to send out the Sparrow-Hawk, being so fast a sailer.The Privateersman
My idea is, to sent out the Sparrow-Hawk, being so fast a sailer.The Privateer's-Man
I never look in a sermon-book by anybody else, not even at the sermons of Sailer.'Historic Oddities
The sailer did not take any notice of us, just as if our existence had nothing to do with him.The Adventures of the U-202
- a vessel, esp one equipped with sails, with specified sailing characteristicsa good sailer