Definitions

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  • noun US A person who is on watch on a ship

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Examples

  • The evening deck watchstander was Ghart, and he was talking to the newcomer.

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  • "Kez Maefele, we will pass within a million kilometers of the one on the right," a watchstander reported.

    The Dragon Never Sleeps

  • Nor was he interested in progeny; he simply saw in the Captain's remarks a hint that the Chief Engineer considered that Thorby could reach the exalted status of power watchstander quickly.

    Citizen Of The Galaxy

  • How he found time to marry Barbara Kuiper I don't know, but Barbara was a torch watchstander, so it probably started as a discussion of physics and drifted over into biology and sociology; Harry was interested in everything.

    Time For The Stars

  • A watchstander at Coast Guard Sector Houston received a call from a captain on an oil rig who reported seeing a helicopter crash in the High Island area 130 miles south southeast of Galveston at 3: 30 pm.

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  • A watchstander at Coast Guard Sector Houston received a call from a captain on an oil rig who reported seeing a helicopter crash in the High Island area 130 miles south southeast of Galveston at 3: 30 pm.

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  • "C.rrection of any one of nearly 30 tactical and watchstander errors, or adherence to standard procedures, could have prevented this collision," Adm. John C. Harvey Jr., commander of commander of U.S.

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  • "C.rrection of any one of nearly 30 tactical and watchstander errors, or adherence to standard procedures, could have prevented this collision," Adm. John C. Harvey Jr., commander of commander of U.S.

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  • "Correction of any one of nearly 30 tactical and watchstander errors, or adherence to standard procedures, could have prevented this collision," said Adm John C Harvey, as he endorsed the investigation's findings.

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  • "C.rrection of any one of nearly 30 tactical and watchstander errors, or adherence to standard procedures, could have prevented this collision," Adm. John C. Harvey Jr., commander of commander of U.S.

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