[ UK /sˈeɪlɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈseɪɫɝ/ ]
[ US /ˈseɪɫɝ/ ]
- a serviceman in the navy
- any member of a ship's crew
- a stiff hat made of straw with a flat crown
How To Use sailor In A Sentence
- He was one of the first 19th century sailors who tamed the seas through science, inventing systems for transporting cannon over marshy ground, ciphers for code and a system of hydrographical surveys.
- He let the best sailors sail the boat, and the best navigator do the navigation. Times, Sunday Times
- Argo to seek the Golden Fleece; their moniker combines the name of their ship and the Greek word "nautēs," meaning "sailor. Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day
- It was really good fun and they were all keen sailors and enthusiastic. Times, Sunday Times
- The earliest printed cards sported a nautical theme directed at sailors, who were heavy tobacco users.
- Number one businessman and number one sailor. Times, Sunday Times
- Despite going to sea on a boat with no windows, no fantail, no helipad or even a hatch to allow in some tension-breaking fresh salt air, submariners are still sailors at heart.
- The Lonely Sailor from Pete Barnstrom of Left Foot Red Video features a variety of animation techniques, as Mistah Pete says, “cel animation, stop-frame, some keyframe bidness…pretty much every kind of animation I know.” Luminaria: ‘Millie and Lucy’ and ‘The Lonely Sailor’ | Missions Unknown
- He loves Anne Garland, but has a rival in his brother Bob, a cheerful, light-hearted sailor.
- The first great European ocean sailors were sent out in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries to explore the world.