synonym study for seaman
OTHER WORDS FROM seamansu·per·sea·man, noun, plural su·per·sea·men.
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Seamen must constantly move between the pitch black of below decks and the bright sunshine above.
There were 29 of us aboard the ship: scientists, oceanographers, technicians, computer experts, and ordinary seamen.Is Amelia Earhart Mystery Solved? Why the Aviator Lifts Our Hearts|Susan Butler|June 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When their fears are realized and the island looks likely to “shrivel and die” the seamen are driven to drastic measures.Must Read Novels: Ballard, Dybek, and Krasznahorkai|Jacob Silverman, Malcolm Forbes, John McIntyre|April 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Long gone seamen and traders made Italian its lingua franca.
It had 168 seamen aboard and was held for more than six months.
The number of seamen was fixed at ten thousand, a great force, according to the notions of that age, for a time of peace.
Few people know that large numbers of the splendid seamen who man our North Sea fishing fleets are arrant Cockneys.
Now, it will be noticed that foreign seamen in general are dreadfully afraid of taking to the boat.
The two seamen made a good meal of some cold fish and bread and the bottle of wine, most of which latter going down Dan's throat.Young Glory and the Spanish Cruiser|Walter Fenton Mott
The number of seamen and colonists who embarked at Leith was twelve hundred.