from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A swimmer provided with breathing apparatus and other equipment to execute underwater maneuvers, especially military maneuvers.
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- n. A diver, especially one in a diving suit (as opposed to one in scuba gear).
- n. A US Navy SEAL.
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- n. someone who works underwater
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"Say, sport, " called a frogman who was clinging to a palm tree trunk high above them, -could you maybe assist me in getting down?
The Memorial Day events this year will be centered on the SEAL Memorial with its statue of a swimming frogman, which is under construction.
In reality, roughly 12,000 people have completed either SEAL training or, prior to the founding of the SEALs in 1962, the Navy's "frogman" training, which began during World War II.
He's the kind of frogman wearing twenty pounds of counterweights
A veteran and former Navy "frogman," Dr. Kizer's confirmation by the Senate would place him in charge of the Veterans Health Administration, the nation's largest health care system.
"frogman" training, which began during World War II.
i ain't got no home - clarence 'frogman' henry antidotes - the fall
But, my goodness, whales were big and to prove it there was a lovely shot of a diver hanging like a toy frogman in the water next to a 40-tonne humpback.
Black Lieutenant Bars, that he has worn on a tan blouse, with tan slacks, that he wears a frogman tie tack.
In fact, he was scheduled to go to work on a destroyer when he happened to attend a lecture by a “frogman” with Underwater
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