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seafaring

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Water
seafaringsea‧far‧ing /ˈsiːˌfeərɪŋ $ -ˌfer-/ adjective [only before noun]  TTWBOworking or travelling on ships and the sea a seafaring manseafaring noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
seafaringShipping and seafaring are among the exhibits in the town's Shetland County Museum.Maritime historians rate his revelations of seafaring conditions highly.His great enthusiasm was for sailing and in the vacations he would take parties of students on seafaring expeditions.Before he sets off for the next stage, he's sharing his seafaring experiences.Accordingly, she disguised herself to look like a seafaring man and went to the house.Tynesiders see themselves as a seafaring people with all that implies.an author of seafaring talesIt was business as usual in the ancient seafaring town of Sinkport.Thus it was a great port with a very long-established seafaring tradition.
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