[ US /ˈsiˌfɛɹɝ/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːfe‍əɹɐ/ ]
  1. a man who serves as a sailor
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How To Use seafarer In A Sentence

  • The maritime industry has what's called a seafarer's penalty wage. Dollars & Sense blog
  • Each Member shall prohibit and penalize any kind of victimization a seafarer for filing a complaint.
  • Seafarers made household utensils, such as sewing tools, from whalebone, and today scrimshaw is as much associated with Nantucket as the lightship baskets unique to the island.
  • I find it hard to understand that any seafarer could be so wilfully destructive and do such damage.
  • I have been trained properly by watersiders and seafarers.
  • Firm but fair, educated but impulsive, he embodies the finer qualities of a paternalistic seafarer proud of his ability to serve his country.
  • Large or small, landlubbers or seafarers or both, hermit crabs have one feature in common: they generally spend their lives inside the empty shells of snails or other mollusks.
  • The harbour provided safety and succour to seafarers over the centuries.
  • Seafarers shall be granted shore leave to benefit their health and well-being and with the operational requirements of their positions.
  • But a well-instilled concept of duty told the captain how he must behave as the seafarer with ultimate responsibility for the ship and her crew: he must, if it could at all be managed, be the last man off. Why must a captain never leave a sinking ship?
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