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  • n. Plural form of landlubber.


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  • Lakelubbers is a take-off on the word landlubbers; Lakelubbers. com is a web site for people who love lakes.


  • Join landlubbers Jean and Locke Lamora as they take to sea, forced ineptly, ingeniously, into pirate’s garb.

    Subterranean Press » 2007 » June

  • All my people were "landlubbers" of the most pronounced type and afraid to get above their knees in the water or to trust themselves to row-boats or other craft.

    My Boyhood

  • He said it will expose "landlubbers" to the maritime world.

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  • An introduction to the sea for a group of up to 20 "landlubbers" could be a day out on the


  • "landlubbers" continue on this course, it might be time to consider mutiny.

    Reason Magazine - Hit & Run

  • George was the veriest of landlubbers, so I was forced to give over bailing and take the tiller.

    White and Yellow

  • And thereat I took those landlubbers around the world with me.


  • They were landlubbers, in the heart of the continent, and what better story for them than a sea-story?


  • Stories of captains popping their emergency hatches to clean their bug-splattered windshields with soda water, taking off with an engine leaking two quarts of oil an hour, finessing LaGuardia Airport's notoriously circumscribed airspace, and drinking with FAs (that's flight attendants to us landlubbers) into the early hours of the morning, are among the scenes described in this co-pilot's unexpurgated diary.

    Glyn Vincent: Tales From the Cockpit: Co-Pilot Tells All


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