Definition of Seafarings

1. Noun. (plural of seafaring) ¹



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Definition of Seafarings

1. seafaring [n] - See also: seafaring

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seafarings

seacrafts
seacunny
seadevil
seadevils
seadog
seadogs
seadragon
seadragons
seadrome
seadromes
seaduck
seaducks
seafarer
seafarers
seafaring
seafarings (current term)
seafloor
seafloor spreading
seafloors
seafoam
seafolk
seafolks
seafood
seafood Newburg
seafood boil
seafood fork
seafood forks
seafood sauce
seafoodie
seafoodies

Literary usage of Seafarings

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1. The Real True Story Bookby Andrew Lang, Henry Justice Ford by Andrew Lang, Henry Justice Ford (1895)
"Miss May Kendall and Mrs. Bovill are responsible for the seafarings and shipwrecks; the Australian adventures are by Mrs. Bovill. ..."

2. The School Journal (1895)
"WC Green ; Miss May Kendall and Mrs. Bovill, seafarings and shipwrecks ; Miss Minnie Wright, " The Conquest of Peru ;" Miss Agnes Repplier, ..."

3. Moby Dick, Or, The White Whale by Herman Melville (1892)
"But the side ladder was not the only strange feature of the place, borrowed from the chaplain's former seafarings. Between the marble cenotaphs on either ..."

4. Winsome Winnie: And Other New Nonsense Novels by Stephen Leacock (1920)
"I distinctly recall remarking to the captain that I had never, in any of my numerous seafarings, seen the sea of a more limpid blue. ..."

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