seagoing

[ US /ˈsiˌɡoʊɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːɡə‍ʊɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. used on the high seas
    seafaring vessels
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How To Use seagoing In A Sentence

  • Polar bears are seagoing hunters that roam vast areas of the Arctic, pursuing a movable feast of seals, narwhals, beluga whales, and walruses.
  • In its rigging, sails, banners, planks, and deeply curved outline, the ship most resembles a seagoing Chinese junk, with the addition of paddle wheel and funnel.
  • Not good, he thought, given that the heaviest seagoing traffic in the world would be trooping directly across their intended course. CORMORANT
  • Like the Vikings, the Moros were seagoing traders, slavers and raiders.
  • The Europeans are also in need of seagoing oilers and fleet replenishment vessels.
  • Not good, he thought, given that the heaviest seagoing traffic in the world would be trooping directly across their intended course. CORMORANT
  • We provide cost-effective GSM deployment over satellite links to offshore stationary mobile platforms or seagoing vessels such as oil rigs, cruise ships and ferries.
  • Farouk betook himself to the Ras el-Tin palace by the western harbour in Alexandria, but the coup leaders ordered the captain of his seagoing yacht, the Mahroussa, not to sail without their orders.
  • Any seagoing civilization has ample resources to lay this myth to rest. The world used to be flat.
  • Under those circumstances, the pirates, who have now learned how to operate far out to sea using mother ships such as seagoing trawlers carrying speedboats for attacks, look set for a lot more plunder. Earth News, Earth Science, Energy Technology, Environment News
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