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A solid, sticky substance that remains when tobacco is burned. It accumulates in the lungs of smokers and is considered carcinogenic.
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  1. A solid, sticky substance that remains when tobacco is burned. It accumulates in the lungs of smokers and is considered carcinogenic.
  2. A thick, sticky, brown to black liquid with a pungent odor, obtained by the destructive distillation of wood, coal, peat, shale, etc.: tars are composed of hydrocarbons and their derivatives, and are used for protecting and preserving surfaces, in making various organic compounds, etc.
  3. A solid residue of tobacco smoke containing byproducts of combustion.
A noncommissioned rank in the US Navy or Coast Guard that is above seaman apprentice and below petty officer.
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  1. A noncommissioned rank in the US Navy or Coast Guard that is above seaman apprentice and below petty officer.
  2. One who holds the rank of seaman, seaman apprentice, or seaman recruit.
  3. (U.S. Navy) An enlisted person ranking below a petty officer third class, whose general duties involve most ships' equipment other than boilers and engines
A sailor; seaman
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  1. A sailor; seaman
  2. One who navigates or assists in navigating a ship.
  3. (Baseball) A player on the team the Seattle Mariners.
A traveler by sea; esp., a sailor
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  1. A traveler by sea; esp., a sailor
  2. One who travels by sea.
  3. A person who travels by sea.
One who makes use of or reproduces the work of another without authorization.
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  1. One who makes use of or reproduces the work of another without authorization.
  2. A ship used by pirates in attacking other vessels
  3. (Sports) someone connected with any of a number of sports teams known as the Pirates, as a fan, player, coach etc.
A device that navigates an aircraft, automobile or missile
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  1. A device that navigates an aircraft, automobile or missile
  2. A person who navigates; esp., one skilled or employed in plotting the course for a ship or aircraft
  3. A person who navigates, especially an officer with that responsibility on a ship or an aircrew member with that responsibility on an aircraft
A person licensed to direct ships into or out of a harbor or through difficult waters
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  1. A person licensed to direct ships into or out of a harbor or through difficult waters
  2. (Nautical) One who, though not belonging to a ship's company, is licensed to conduct a ship into and out of port or through dangerous waters.
  3. A television program produced as a prototype of a series being considered for adoption by a network.
A person skilled in the operation of boats
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  1. A person skilled in the operation of boats
  2. One who works on, deals with, or operates boats.
  3. A man in charge of a small boat
A man who owns or sails a yacht.
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  1. A man who owns or sails a yacht.
  2. A person who owns or sails a yacht
A trained merchant seaman, more highly skilled than, and ranking above, an ordinary seaman
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  1. A trained merchant seaman, more highly skilled than, and ranking above, an ordinary seaman
A friend; comrade; esp., a fellow sailor
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  1. A friend; comrade; esp., a fellow sailor
  2. A good fellow; a comrade.
  3. (Obsolete or humorous nautical) a term of familiar address and fellowship among sailors.
Any of various seals
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  1. Any of various seals
  2. Alternative spelling of seadog.
  3. A seal or a similar marine mammal.
A British sailor.
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  1. A British sailor.
  2. An English person.
  3. An English sailor or, sometimes, soldier
A veteran sailor.
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  1. A veteran sailor.
  2. Anyone who has crossed the equator by ship
  3. A sailor who has already crossed the equator
An East Indian sailor, army servant, or artillery trooper during the era of European colonialism in Asia.
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  1. An East Indian sailor, army servant, or artillery trooper during the era of European colonialism in Asia.
  2. (Historical) An Indian or East Indian sailor, employed on European ships
Any of various mineral salts, such as magnesium sulfate, sodium sulfate, or potassium sodium tartrate, used as laxatives or cathartics.
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  1. Any of various mineral salts, such as magnesium sulfate, sodium sulfate, or potassium sodium tartrate, used as laxatives or cathartics.
  2. Any of a large class of chemical compounds formed when a positively charged ion (a cation) bonds with a negatively charged ion (an anion), as when a halogen bonds with a metal. Salts are water soluble; when dissolved, the ions are freed from each other, and the electrical conductivity of the water is increased.
  3. A colorless or white crystalline salt in which a sodium atom (the cation) is bonded to a chlorine atom (the anion). This salt is found naturally in all animal fluids, in seawater, and in underground deposits (when it is often called halite ). It is used widely as a food seasoning and preservative. Also called common salt, sodium chloride, table salt. Chemical formula: NaCl.
An enlisted person in the navy
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  1. An enlisted person in the navy
  2. An enlisted person in the US or British Navy; a sailor.
A member of the US Marine Corps.
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  1. A member of the US Marine Corps.
  2. Relating to a system of open-ocean and unprotected coastal habitats, characterized by exposure to wave action, tidal fluctuation, and ocean currents and by the absence of trees, shrubs, or emergent vegetation. Water in the marine system is at or near the full salinity of seawater.
  3. A member of a marine military force
A student training to be a commissioned naval officer, especially a student at a naval academy.
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  1. A student training to be a commissioned naval officer, especially a student at a naval academy.
  2. (Biology) A midshipman fish.
  3. Any of various toadfishes of the genus Porichthys found in coastal waters of the Americas, having several rows of light-producing organs along the sides of their bodies.
A person trained and equipped, as with a rubber suit and scuba apparatus, for underwater demolition, exploration, etc.
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  1. A person trained and equipped, as with a rubber suit and scuba apparatus, for underwater demolition, exploration, etc.
  2. A diver, especially one in a diving suit (as opposed to one in scuba gear).
  3. A swimmer provided with breathing apparatus and other equipment to execute underwater maneuvers, especially military maneuvers.
A member of any of the construction battalions of the Civil Engineer Corps of the United States Navy, that build harbor facilities, airfields, etc.
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  1. A member of any of the construction battalions of the Civil Engineer Corps of the United States Navy, that build harbor facilities, airfields, etc.
  2. A member of one of the construction battalions in the US Navy that builds naval aviation bases and shore facilities.
An enlisted person in the navy
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  1. An enlisted person in the navy
  2. An enlisted person in the US or British Navy; a sailor.
(Slang) A sailor in the U.S. Navy
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  1. (Slang) A sailor in the U.S. Navy
  2. A small mass or lump.
  3. Waste material produced in coal mining, consisting of clay, shale, etc.
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  1. (Slang) A soldier.
  2. A member of the US Marine Corps.
  3. (Slang) A U.S. Marine
A middy blouse.
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  1. A middy blouse.
  2. (Informal) A midshipman.
  3. A loose blouse with a sailor collar, worn by women and children
A fruit-flavored alcoholic liquor, as applejack
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  1. A fruit-flavored alcoholic liquor, as applejack
  2. Any of the small stones or six-pronged metal pieces used in playing
  3. A sailor; a tar.
A sailor; seaman
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  1. A sailor; seaman
  2. One who navigates or assists in navigating a ship.
  3. (Baseball) A player on the team the Seattle Mariners.
A device that navigates an aircraft, automobile or missile
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  1. A device that navigates an aircraft, automobile or missile
  2. A person who navigates; esp., one skilled or employed in plotting the course for a ship or aircraft
  3. A person who navigates, especially an officer with that responsibility on a ship or an aircrew member with that responsibility on an aircraft
An experienced sailor
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  1. An experienced sailor
  2. Any of various seals
  3. A seal or a similar marine mammal.
A traveler by sea; esp., a sailor
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  1. A traveler by sea; esp., a sailor
  2. One who travels by sea.
  3. A person who travels by sea.
A noncommissioned rank in the US Navy or Coast Guard that is above seaman apprentice and below petty officer.
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  1. A noncommissioned rank in the US Navy or Coast Guard that is above seaman apprentice and below petty officer.
  2. One who holds the rank of seaman, seaman apprentice, or seaman recruit.
  3. (U.S. Navy) An enlisted person ranking below a petty officer third class, whose general duties involve most ships' equipment other than boilers and engines
Any of various mineral salts, such as magnesium sulfate, sodium sulfate, or potassium sodium tartrate, used as laxatives or cathartics.
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  1. Any of various mineral salts, such as magnesium sulfate, sodium sulfate, or potassium sodium tartrate, used as laxatives or cathartics.
  2. Any of a large class of chemical compounds formed when a positively charged ion (a cation) bonds with a negatively charged ion (an anion), as when a halogen bonds with a metal. Salts are water soluble; when dissolved, the ions are freed from each other, and the electrical conductivity of the water is increased.
  3. A colorless or white crystalline salt in which a sodium atom (the cation) is bonded to a chlorine atom (the anion). This salt is found naturally in all animal fluids, in seawater, and in underground deposits (when it is often called halite ). It is used widely as a food seasoning and preservative. Also called common salt, sodium chloride, table salt. Chemical formula: NaCl.
A solid, sticky substance that remains when tobacco is burned. It accumulates in the lungs of smokers and is considered carcinogenic.
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  1. A solid, sticky substance that remains when tobacco is burned. It accumulates in the lungs of smokers and is considered carcinogenic.
  2. A thick, sticky, brown to black liquid with a pungent odor, obtained by the destructive distillation of wood, coal, peat, shale, etc.: tars are composed of hydrocarbons and their derivatives, and are used for protecting and preserving surfaces, in making various organic compounds, etc.
  3. A solid residue of tobacco smoke containing byproducts of combustion.
(Informal) A large quantity or amount
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  1. (Informal) A large quantity or amount
  2. A small mass or lump.
  3. Waste material produced in coal mining, consisting of clay, shale, etc.
Find another word for sailor. In this page you can discover 43 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for sailor, like: tar, seaman, mariner, seafarer, pirate, navigator, pilot, boatman, matelot (French), yachtsman and able-bodied-seaman.