Wordlist: Seafaring

 

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    • seafaring['siːfɛərɪŋ](uncountable noun)
    • Definition:
      • the work of a sailor, being on a ship in the sea
    • Example:
      • I wouldn't want to work in the seafaring industry.
  • canoe
    • canoe, canoes[kəˈnuː](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a small long and narrow boat, open on top, and pointed at both ends, propelled by one or more people, using single-bladed paddles
    • Example:
      • Canoe rides are a lot of fun!
  • anchor
    • anchor, anchors[ˈæŋkə](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a tool used to moor a vessel to the bottom of a sea or river to resist movement
    • Example:
      • Throw the anchor right here!
  • pirate
    • pirate, pirates[ˈpaɪɹət](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a criminal who plunders at sea, commonly attacking merchant vessels, though often pillaging port towns
    • Example:
      • The sailors have never been attacked by pirates before.
  • crew
    • crew, crews[kɹuː](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat or airplane
    • Example:
      • If you need help, please contact a member of the crew.
  • boat
    • boat, boats[bəʊt](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a craft used for transportation of goods, fishing, racing, recreational cruising, or military use on or in the water, propelled by oars or outboard motor or inboard motor or by wind
    • Example:
      • The boat has just arrived at the port.
      • Synonym(s):
        craft, ship, vessel
  • ship
    • ship, ships[ʃɪp](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a water-borne vessel larger than a boat
    • Example:
      • You can travel by ship across the ocean.
  • ferry
    • ferry, ferries[ˈfɛri](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a ship used to transport people, smaller vehicles and goods from one port to another, usually on a regular schedule
    • Example:
      • The ferry to Fire Island leaves every 30 minutes.
  • harbour
    • harbour, harbours[ˈhɑ:bə](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a sheltered area for ships; a piece of water adjacent to land in which ships may stop to load and unload
    • Example:
      • The city has an excellent natural harbour.
      • Synonym(s):
        port
  • container
    • container, containers[kənˈteɪnə(r)](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a very large, typically metal, box used for transporting goods
    • Example:
      • The ship was loaded with lots of containers.
  • cruise liner
    • cruise liner, cruise liners(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a passenger ship used for pleasure voyages, where the voyage itself and the ship's amenities are considered an essential part of the experience
    • Example:
      • Trips on cruise liners can be very expensive.
      • Synonym(s):
        cruise ship
  • cabin
    • cabin, cabins[ˈkæb.ɪn](noun)
    • Definition:
      • a private room on a ship
    • Example:
      • Passengers shall remain in their cabins.
  • captain
    • captain, captains[ˈkæp.tɪn](noun)
    • Definition:
      • the person lawfully in command of a vessel
    • Example:
      • This is your captain speaking.
      • Synonym(s):
        skipper, master
  • sailing boat
    • sailing boat, sailing boats(noun)
    • Definition:
      • a ship with masts and sails, powered by the wind
    • Example:
      • Now that you've bought a sailing boat, you have to learn how to sail.
      • Synonym(s):
        sailing vessel
  • sailor
    • sailor, sailors['seɪlə(r)](noun)
    • Definition:
      • one who follows the business of navigating ships or other vessels, who understands the practical management of ships; one of the crew of a vessel
    • Example:
      • There were more than 10 sailors on the ship.
 

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        boat
        a craft used for transportation of goods, fishing, racing, recreational cruising, or military use on or in the water, propelled by oars or outboard motor or inboard motor or by wind
        captain
        the person lawfully in command of a vessel
        ferry
        a ship used to transport people, smaller vehicles and goods from one port to another, usually on a regular schedule
        sailor
        one who follows the business of navigating ships or other vessels, who understands the practical management of ships; one of the crew of a vessel
        pirate
        a criminal who plunders at sea, commonly attacking merchant vessels, though often pillaging port towns
        cruise liner
        a passenger ship used for pleasure voyages, where the voyage itself and the ship's amenities are considered an essential part of the experience
        seafaring
        the work of a sailor, being on a ship in the sea
        cabin
        a private room on a ship
        harbour
        a sheltered area for ships; a piece of water adjacent to land in which ships may stop to load and unload
        anchor
        a tool used to moor a vessel to the bottom of a sea or river to resist movement
        crew
        a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat or airplane
        sailing boat
        a ship with masts and sails, powered by the wind
        canoe
        a small long and narrow boat, open on top, and pointed at both ends, propelled by one or more people, using single-bladed paddles
        container
        a very large, typically metal, box used for transporting goods
        ship
        a water-borne vessel larger than a boat
         
         
         

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        sailing boat
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        canoe
        canoe
        crew
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        pirate
        a criminal who plunders at sea, commonly attacking merchant vessels, though often pillaging port towns
        cabin
        a private room on a ship
        container
        a very large, typically metal, box used for transporting goods
        ferry
        a ship used to transport people, smaller vehicles and goods from one port to another, usually on a regular schedule
        crew
        a group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat or airplane
        ship
        a water-borne vessel larger than a boat
        anchor
        a tool used to moor a vessel to the bottom of a sea or river to resist movement
        canoe
        a small long and narrow boat, open on top, and pointed at both ends, propelled by one or more people, using single-bladed paddles
        boat
        a craft used for transportation of goods, fishing, racing, recreational cruising, or military use on or in the water, propelled by oars or outboard motor or inboard motor or by wind
        cruise liner
        a passenger ship used for pleasure voyages, where the voyage itself and the ship's amenities are considered an essential part of the experience
        sailor
        one who follows the business of navigating ships or other vessels, who understands the practical management of ships; one of the crew of a vessel
        captain
        the person lawfully in command of a vessel
        harbour
        a sheltered area for ships; a piece of water adjacent to land in which ships may stop to load and unload
        sailing boat
        a ship with masts and sails, powered by the wind
         
         
         
         

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