Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of steersman.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The chiefs rested from their paddles, save for the steersmen who kept the canoes bow-on to the wind and swell.

    THE BONES OF KAHEKILI

  • It is a dangerous place, a place where vagrants live, where "lost boys" roam the catacombs, and where the dark figure of Drood and his two steersmen usher Dickens on a gondola to the deepest recesses of Underworld.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • It is a dangerous place, a place where vagrants live, where "lost boys" roam the catacombs, and where the dark figure of Drood and his two steersmen usher Dickens on a gondola to the deepest recesses of Underworld.

    2009 Reading Year in Review

  • The opposition to the Constitution from the western counties would be “numerous & violent,” requiring “the utmost candor & prudence” to control—but Gorham noted that “some of our friends are not good steersmen.”

    Ratification

  • The opposition to the Constitution from the western counties would be “numerous & violent,” requiring “the utmost candor & prudence” to control—but Gorham noted that “some of our friends are not good steersmen.”

    Ratification

  • The opposition to the Constitution from the western counties would be “numerous & violent,” requiring “the utmost candor & prudence” to control—but Gorham noted that “some of our friends are not good steersmen.”

    Ratification

  • It is a dangerous place, a place where vagrants live, where “lost boys” roam the catacombs, and where the dark figure of Drood and his two steersmen usher Dickens on a gondola to the deepest recesses of Underworld.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • It is a dangerous place, a place where vagrants live, where “lost boys” roam the catacombs, and where the dark figure of Drood and his two steersmen usher Dickens on a gondola to the deepest recesses of Underworld.

    Drood & Coraline

  • For those two have perished by the fate they have met with; but among our host are steersmen yet, and many a one.

    The Argonautica

  • I of course had imagined that this open space from one side to the other was separated from the hold by a water-tight bulkhead, so that a sea entering might wash out at the further side, and do no more harm than give the steersmen a drenching.

    The Malay Archipelago

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