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Synonyms for boatman

someone who drives or rides in a boat

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Later, my Fate sent me the boatman who had desired to cut off my tail with an axe.
But a boatman, who laughed, took a piece no larger than a small dog, and threw it to me.
Not before the fifth shot," said the Mugger, as though he had never dreamed of stunning one of his listeners--" not before the fifth shot did I sink, and I rose in time to hear a boatman telling all those white women that I was most certainly dead.
I like to watch an old boatman rowing, especially one who has been hired by the hour.
My boatman (who was an honest fellow and mindful of his promise to the catechist) would fain have carried me on to Balachulish; but as this was to take me farther from my secret destination, I insisted, and was set on shore at last under the wood of Lettermore (or Lettervore, for I have heard it both ways) in Alan's country of Appin.
There Dom Claude found a boatman, who, for a few farthings in Parisian coinage, rowed him up the Seine as far as the point of the city, and landed him on that tongue of abandoned land where the reader has already beheld Gringoire dreaming, and which was prolonged beyond the king's gardens, parallel to the Ile du Passeur-aux-Vaches.
When the boatman had taken his departure, he remained standing stupidly on the strand, staring straight before him and perceiving objects only through magnifying oscillations which rendered everything a sort of phantasmagoria to him.
We are passing through a tough time where boating activities have reduced, causing loss to the boatman,' he added.
She said Doromal and a boatman were supposed to perform CPR and use a pump to revive Hernandez but they stopped.
The plane was parked at Gate A2 and was pushed away from the building "out of an abundance of caution," airport spokesman Casey Boatman said.
The meetings feature Chris Boatman, director of the Quality of Life Department, and Chris Diggs, director of the Municipal Utilities and Engineering Department.
Way didn't transition until 2014, after meeting her partner, Elle Boatman.
But ultimately we heeded the call of our conscience and called these satellites Navik which means boatman.
So the families got together to pay for a boatman to take the men to work and bring in supplies," Doris recalled as an 81-year-old back in 2004.
SAK's Jack Boatman, senior vice president of government affairs, is honored as "2015 Corporate Leader of the Year" by the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE).