noun, plural sea·men.
Related formssu·per·sea·man, noun, plural su·per·sea·men.
Definition for seaman (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for seaman
Seaman's promotion to the Prime Minister's office, however, seems likely to go through.
When after innumerable complaints a tender for the job was finally issued, Seaman failed to qualify.
Seaman's mind-boggling dereliction of responsibility harms the state whose interests he was, and is, tasked with protecting.
For a decade, Seaman was the face Israel presented to the foreign press corps.
Seaman got a kick out of his job, taking special pleasure in the arbitrary deployment of his powers.
The glass of his seaman's clock on the wall was broken, and dishes were shivered to bits.Atlantis|Gerhart Hauptmann
But occasional acts of drunkenness, if the seaman in other respects performs his duty, will not deprive him of his wages.The Seaman's Friend|Richard Henry Dana
In the little argument you had with Able Seaman Kester, for instance.The Battleship Boys at Sea|Frank Gee Patchin
I was treated with, in my capacity of a soldier and a seaman.Memoirs of Service Afloat, During the War Between the States|Raphael Semmes
"I think I know what that is, sir," broke in Seaman Runkle, after three minutes of watching.Dave Darrin on Mediterranean Service|H. Irving Hancock