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OTHER WORDS FROM whalingan·ti·whal·ing, adjectivenon·whal·ing, adjective
Words nearby whaling
Definition for whaling (2 of 3)
noun, plural whales, (especially collectively) whale.
verb (used without object), whaled, whal·ing.
Origin of whale1
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH whalewail whale
Definition for whaling (3 of 3)
verb, whaled, whal·ing,
Origin of whale2
Example sentences from the Web for whaling
His great grandfather sailed from Cape Verde and was involved in the whaling industry of Nantucket Island, Mass.
I do have a certain amount of moral discomfort because of the situation with whaling.
The younger the respondent, the lower the support for whaling.I’ll Have the Whale, Please: Japan’s Unsustainable Whale Hunts|Jake Adelstein, Nathalie-Kyoko Stucky|February 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Bronstein makes an annual offer to send crews aboard the Japanese whaling fleet or even just interview representatives.
"We have the show that may be the closing note on whaling in the Southern Ocean," she said.
Whaling is done in three different ways: from canoes, from boats sent off by sailing ships, and from steamers direct.All Afloat|William Wood
Accordingly the most was made of the opportunities afforded by war for crushing the whaling industry.American Merchant Ships and Sailors|Willis J. Abbot
Our first landing was at Lahaina, once the capital of the group and the rendezvous for all the whaling ships in the Pacific.The Spell of the Hawaiian Islands and the Philippines|Isabel Anderson
And then two parties began to form, one in favour of whaling, and the other in favour of taking prizes.Rodman The Boatsteerer And Other Stories|Louis Becke
Then it is hauled up with a steam winch and towed to a whaling station in some bay on the coast, where it is flitched.From Pole to Pole|Sven Anders Hedin