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seadog

[ see-dawg, -dog ]
/ ˈsiˌdɔg, -ˌdɒg /
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noun
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Origin of seadog

First recorded in 1815–25; sea + dog

Other definitions for seadog (2 of 2)

sea dog

noun
a sailor, especially an old or experienced one.
a dogfish.
a pirate or privateer.

Origin of sea dog

First recorded in 1590–1600
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British Dictionary definitions for seadog (1 of 2)

seadog
/ (ˈsiːˌdɒɡ) /

noun
another word for fogbow, fogdog

British Dictionary definitions for seadog (2 of 2)

sea dog

noun
an experienced or old sailor
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