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Things sailor often describes (“sailor ________”)
boy, man, men, hat, suit, fashion, boys, king, brother, folk, lad, suits, poet, life, talk, hats, boots, made, diplomat, town, soldiers, lover, soul, prince, scholar, author, preacher, son, husband, toggery, hero, cap, lads, soldier, servant, girl, blouse, belt, merchants, narrator, habits, song, fellow, songs, collar, farmer, father, phrase, friend, shirt, jacket, phrases, guise, vote, uncle, craft, monks, rig, style, scrawls, traders, raja, friends, trowsers, knot, comrades, prisoners, heartiness, knots, lanes, husbands, gentleman, nurse, clerk, heroism, workmen, bread, adventurer, sarcasm, dress, murderer, clothes, aeronaut, sleep, writer, novelist, gunners, sons, dear, souls, collars, chorus, settlers, miner, delegates, chap, fathers, governor

Descriptive words:
old, young, good, common, english, american, drunken, british, poor, shipwrecked, french, experienced, bad, true, brave, spanish, gallant, black, excellent, portuguese, rough, german, fine, dutch, honest, former, drowned, better, simple, dead, greek, handsome, big, italian, ordinary, russian, norwegian, water, irish, bold, tall, expert, famous, japanese, professional, genoese, hearted, swedish, retired, lone, thorough, eyed, avid, scottish, sick, blue, unfortunate, jolly, looking, hardy, seasoned, fellow, runaway, unknown, oldest, legged, danish, amateur, haired, faced, bearded, phoenician, skilled, smart, plain

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
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Book See sailor used in context: 90 rhymes, several books and articles.

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