Definition of 'seafaring'
Example sentences containing 'seafaring'
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Their venture is an evolution of an industry that is part of a seafaring nation 's history and culture.Times, Sunday Times (2016) Times, Sunday Times (2011)
But we now know exactly the same thing happened with a hurricane in 1842, thanks to logs left by our seafaring ancestors.The Sun (2008)
Although by 1842 almost all major seafaring nations had officially outlawed the trade, in practice they turned a blind eye to its continuation.Christianity Today (2000)
It could be a result of our recent history as a seafaring nation, or a by-product of having some of the best universities in the world.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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