Captain Bligh

NOUN
  1. British admiral; was captain of the H.M.S. Bounty in 1789 when part of the crew mutinied and set him afloat in an open boat; a few weeks later he arrived safely in Timor 4,000 miles away (1754-1817)
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How To Use Captain Bligh In A Sentence

  • He attempted to envisage and explain the incredible feat of navigation undertaken by Captain Bligh after the Mutiny.
  • Pitcairn was the final landing place for the mutineers from the Bounty who had rebelled against Captain Bligh.
  • In appointing Captain Bligh to rule the colony, the English Government spoiled an excellent seaman to make a very inefficient Governor.
  • Captain Bligh: If that's an attempt to earn clemency, I spit on it.
  • The ship sailed for the Caribbean, but the infamous mutiny off Tonga resulted in Captain Bligh and a small party of loyal seamen being forced into a small boat, in which they made an epic journey to Timor.
  • The well-known breadfruit tree brought to the island by Captain Bligh in 1793 was first planted here, and its descendants are still to be found in the gardens.
  • He joined the navy as a midshipman when he was 16, and two years later sailed with Captain Bligh on the expedition to carry breadfruit plants from Tahiti to the West Indies.
  • In 1789, the first mate of the Bounty, Fletcher Christian, had cast Captain Bligh and 18 others adrift in an open boat.
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