Noun(1) a person who lives and works on land(2) an inexperienced sailor; a sailor on the first voyage
(1) But thanks to today's weather-resistant fabrics, even a landlubber 's deck can sail into the comfort zone.(2) Ships' records, however, reveal this pioneering woman to have been a landlubber who was on board ship for just a month.(3) People who care about ships and boats consistently call them ‘she’; the average person who's a landlubber might call a boat an ‘it’, but never a sailor.(4) The Enterprise is a vessel that defies the landlubber 's imagination.(5) Large or small, landlubbers or seafarers or both, hermit crabs have one feature in common: they generally spend their lives inside the empty shells of snails or other mollusks.(6) Quite astoundingly, some salesman had convinced these overweight landlubbers from Essex that a watch which could tell the time below sea level was a must and said something about the type of people they were.(7) As with sailors and landlubbers , a lot of people can't understand why we can't be satisfied with staying safely on the ground.(8) The cleanup drew shoreside development, which, in turn, draws landlubbers to the waterfront every day.(9) The idea of those two landlubbers sloshing off in that old wreck gave him nightmares.(10) The landlubbers gathered at Gunwharf Quay and stepped aboard, nervously scanning the bright sky.(11) On board, her computer brings a regular flow of e-mails sent through the website that tracks her progress - messages from friends, sailors, landlubbers and schoolchildren.(12) Hawk's Cay Marina, also a full-service resort for landlubbers , has a dolphin program geared just for the shorter species among us.(13) If building high-performance boats in the heart of the prairie seems unlikely, consider that most of the people making them are classic landlubbers , farmers to the core.(14) Also, we landlubbers called the Clearwater a schooner; it is a sloop.(15) While the sunset is a moment for quiet reflection for landlubbers like me, for the seamen it is the time for extra vigilance.(16) People who take to the water say they are happier than landlubbers , according to an online survey conducted by Impulse Research Corporation in December 2002 for the NMMA.
(1) landlubber :: 新米の船員
1. lubber ::
2. landsman ::
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