Definition of Beachcombers

1. Noun. (plural of beachcomber) ¹



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Definition of Beachcombers

1. beachcomber [n] - See also: beachcomber

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Beachcombers

beach volleyball
beach waggon
beach wagon
beach wormwood
beachball
beachberry
beachbound
beachboy
beachboys
beachcast
beachcomb
beachcombed
beachcomber
beachcombers (current term)
beachcombing
beachcombs
beached
beaches
beachfront
beachfronts
beachful
beachfuls
beachgoer
beachgoers
beachgoing
beachhead

Literary usage of Beachcombers

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1. My Consulate in Samoa: A Record of Four Years' Sojourn in the Navigators by William Brown Churchward (1887)
"Description of Group—Savaii—Mountain Streams—Food-trees —Productions—White Traders—beachcombers—Having a Baby—Savaii Squires—Monkey Jack—Upolu—Daybreak from ..."

2. Life and Adventure in the South Pacific by Jones (1861)
"An "Amateur" Concert.—Bark "Alfred Tyler."—Wreck of the "Ontario."—Ocean Island again.—Freshwater Cavern.—Superstitions.—beachcombers.— Rascally Operations. ..."

3. The Coral Lands of the Pacific: Their Peoples and Their Products by H. Stonehewer Cooper (1882)
"PEARL FISHING AND 'beachcombers.' THERE can be no doubt that if the innumerable low coral islands scattered all over the face of the South Sea, ..."

4. The American Magazine of Art by American Federation of Arts (1918)
"AN ARTISTS REVEL On August 22d they gave the usual beachcombers' Revel. This was an original play or ... There were thirty or more beachcombers in the cast. ..."

5. The Bookman (1903)
"Hut the beachcomber was right, as—as though to spite poor Mrs. Grundy— beachcombers occasionally are. The Marlborough developing and the Oxford clinching ..."

6. All the Year Round by Charles Dickens (1883)
"On the whole, the Challenger people got on very well with them. We have spoken of beachcombers and ... But these two classes—the beachcombers and the ..."

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