from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Fit to traverse the seas: a seaworthy freighter; a seaworthy crew.
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- adj. Fit for service at sea.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Fit for a voyage; worthy of being trusted to transport a cargo with safety.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In fit condition to encounter stormy weather at sea; stanch and well adapted for voyaging: as, a seaworthy ship.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. fit for a sea voyage
I have given in the plans of the _Spray_ the dimensions of such a ship as I should call seaworthy in all conditions of weather and on all seas.
There is little doubt that the recent crisis has revealed that many economies and financial systems right around the world were far less 'seaworthy' than we thought.
Federal maritime laws require that ship owners and employers provide a "seaworthy" vessel for its crew at all times.
As it happens, it is impossible to survive a flood in a cube, for all the following reasons: 1. A cube is the least seaworthy ship.
It took shipbuilders thousands of years to determine the ideal proportions for a seaworthy and stable cargo ship.
Now that the Hanasakimaru is again seaworthy, Abe and his crew are preparing for a month at sea.
She says half a million people applied for the few hundred places: depending on how many of the 10 boats are seaworthy in time, there should be around 400 people on the flotilla.
When I visited it was up on hydraulic jacks and surrounded by green screens in a huge hangar-like sound stage, but I understand it had been floating in the water tank previously for other shots, so was actually at least semi-seaworthy.
"The New Zealand ship is in better shape and more seaworthy, but global waters have become rougher," with world growth expected to slow and investors sensitive to debt concerns, New Zealand Finance Minister Bill English said.
Instead, what you want is the whole clam belly, well coated and properly fried in clean, hot oil, to produce the total joy that comes from the soft, seaworthy oozing revealed upon mastication.