noun, plural su·per·car·goes, su·per·car·gos.
Origin of supercargo
Examples from the Web for supercargo
That something was wrong they did not doubt, and they waited impatiently for the supercargo to reappear with his brown book.Dave Porter in the South Seas|Edward Stratemeyer
The supercargo had noticed how the groups clinging at the bases of the other trees continually diminished.South Sea Tales|Jack London
You're the hoight av impidence, an' I'm persuaded ye'll corrupt our supercargo in a week."Captains Courageous"|Rudyard Kipling
Save for the Kanakas, who were all bent for shore, only Grief and the supercargo were in the boat.A Son Of The Sun|Jack London
He had engaged in this voyage as supercargo of Captain Swan's ship.'History of the Buccaneers of America|James Burney