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Etymology:

seaman + -ly


Adjective:

Adjective seamanly seamanlike 1883, Robert Louis Stevenson, Treasure Island "Thunder!" he cried. "A week! I can't do that; they'd have the black spot on me by then. The lubbers is going about to get the wind of me this blessed moment; lubbers as couldn't keep what they got, and want to nail what is another's. Is that seamanly behavior, now, I want to know? But I'm a saving soul. I never wasted good money of mine, nor lost it neither; and I'll trick 'em again. I'm not afraid on 'em. I'll shake out another reef, matey, and daddle 'em again."


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Similar Words:

Other words similar to seamanly can be found below:

1.sea
2.sea acorn
3.sea adder
4.sea anchor
5.sea anemone
6.sea ape
7.sea apple
8.sea arrow
9.sea bank
10.sea barrow
11.sea bass
12.sea bat
13.sea bean
14.sea bear
15.sea beast
16.sea bird
17.sea blite
18.sea blubber
19.sea bow
20.sea boy
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