submariner

[suhb-muh-ree-ner, suh b-mar-uh-ner]

Origin of submariner

First recorded in 1910–15; submarine + -er1
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Historical Examples of submariner

  • The man to whom the dangers of submarine warfare seem least fearsome is the submariner.

    The Armed Forces Officer

    U. S. Department of Defense


British Dictionary definitions for submariner

submariner

noun
  1. a crewman in a submarine
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