Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of astrogator.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The people you send will have to be diplomats as well as competent astrogators.

    Shadow Lord

  • The people you send will have to be diplomats as well as competent astrogators.

    Shadow Lord

  • The people you send will have to be diplomats as well as competent astrogators.

    Shadow Lord

  • And far from the light of suns or inhabited worlds, the two ships approached an invisible line, first drawn a century ago by grateful astrogators on their starcharts in the carnage and ruin at the end of the Romulan War.

    The Pandora Principle

  • And far from the light of suns or inhabited worlds, the two ships approached an invisible line, first drawn a century ago by grateful astrogators on their starcharts in the carnage and ruin at the end of the Romulan War.

    The Pandora Principle

  • Compared with them the masters, the radarmen, and the astrogators (there were no supers nor stewards in those days) were gentle vegetarians.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • Spacemen-men who work in space, pilots and jetmen and astrogators and such-are men who like a few million miles of elbow room.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • The men who wrestled with the mad gods of nuclear physics held status just below astrogators ... and, in their own opinion, higher.

    Citizen Of The Galaxy

  • The mail ship, all legs and tiny payload, carried a crew of three engineers and three astrogators, all of whom were usually on watch or asleep.

    Citizen Of The Galaxy

  • He led the way through passages and up ladders, to the very top of the ship, to the hatch where the astrogators took their star sights.

    Rip Foster in Ride the Gray Planet

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