Definition of Coastguardmen
1. coastguardman [n] - See also: coastguardman
Lexicographical Neighbors of Coastguardmen
Literary usage of Coastguardmen
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Life-boat, Or, Journal of the National Life-Boat Institution (1853)
"The pilots and coastguardmen who assisted were rewarded by salvage paid on various vessels assisted by them. November 3.—It blowing a heavy gale of wind ..."
2. All the Year Round by Charles Dickens (1883)
"By this time more coastguardmen had come down, and a few fishermen ; and all were watching the proceedings of the doctor as he laboured to restore the ..."
3. The United Service (1904)
"... of the ships of Charley Napier's Baltic fleet, the few coastguardmen on board were the only men who possessed even a rudimentary knowledge of gunnery. ..."
4. Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Admiralty of England: And on by Great Britain High Court of Admiralty, Vernon Lushington (1868)
"... and gross neglect of duty in not accepting the services of the coastguardmen ; that therefore the damages to which, in the opinion of the Registrar and ..."
5. Peter Parley's Annual. by William Martin (1885)
"... of the attempt that had been made to set fire to the stacks, and suggested that its object might have been to divert the attention of the coastguardmen ..."