Definition of Steersmen

1. Noun. (plural of steersman) ¹



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Definition of Steersmen

1. steersman [n] - See also: steersman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Steersmen

steering gear
steering group
steering groups
steering linkage
steering mechanism
steering system
steering wheel
steering wheels
steerings
steerless
steerling
steerlings
steers
steersman
steersmate
steersmen (current term)
steerswoman
steerswomen
steery
steeve
steeved
steevely
steever
steeves
steevest
steeving
steevings
steeziest
steezy
steg

Literary usage of Steersmen

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1. A Residence at Sierra Leone: Described from a Journal Kept on the Spot, and by Elizabeth Colville Colville of Culross, Elizabeth Melville, Caroline Sheridan Norton (1849)
"... Sierra Leone — Books — Death of the Ting-bing — Cape de Verde Islands — Negro steersmen — A motley Crew — Chimpanzee — Monkeys — Baboon — Parrots — Gale ..."

2. The Literature of Egypt and the Soudan from the Earliest Times to the Year by Ibrahim-Hilmy (1888)
"steersmen of the boats watching their Colonel crossing. A Canadian explaining the Passage. 32. Repairing a Whaler in the ..."

3. The Geography of Herodotus ...: Illustrated from Modern Researches and by James Talboys Wheeler (1854)
"The steersmen, or navigators of the Nile.—Great extent of the river navigation.—Physical characteristics of the ..."

4. National Insurance by Arthur Strettell Comyns Carr, William Hubert Stuart Garnett, James Henry Taylor, Great Britain (1913)
"steersmen are employed to steer vessels while passing through the Manchester ... The Canal Company give no express licence to the steersmen who offer their ..."

5. History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, called Frederick the Great: in ten vol by Thomas Carlyle (1864)
"Soldiers take the towing-rope; : try to continue it a little; but now the steersmen also manage t: call halt: " We won't! Let us out, let us out! ..."

6. History of Friedrich II, of Prussia: Called Frederick the Great by Thomas Carlyle (1900)
"Soldiers take the towing-ropes; try to continue it a little; but now the steersmen also manage to call halt: 'We won't! Let us out, let us out ! ..."

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