[ wind-jam-er, win- ]
/ ˈwɪndˌdʒæm ər, ˈwɪn- /
(formerly) a merchant ship propelled by sails.
any large sailing ship.
a member of its crew.
Older Slang. a long-winded person; a great talker.
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Another of the true romances, recommended for a lively sense of humor and a faithful portrayal of life aboard a windjammer.The Old Merchant Marine|Ralph D. Paine
British Dictionary definitions for windjammer
/ (ˈwɪndˌdʒæmə) /
a large merchant sailing ship
another name for windcheater
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