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Synonyms for crew

a group of people organized for a particular purpose

Synonyms for crew

an informal body of friends

the team of men manning a racing shell

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serve as a crew member on

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The rest of the crew of the brigantine are Moors and Turks, who merely serve as rowers.
The other officers were coarse, illiterate fellows, but little above the villainous crew they bullied, and were only too glad to avoid social intercourse with the polished English noble and his lady, so that the Claytons were left very much to themselves.
A single glance at the vessel's deck assured me that the battle was over and that we had been victorious, for I saw our survivors holding a handful of the enemy at pistol points while one by one the rest of the crew was coming out of the craft's interior and lining up on deck with the other prisoners.
Had single watch tonight, as crew too tired to double.
Reaction mounted from the crew to the captain himself, and certainly, had it not been for the resolute determination on the part of Captain Farragut, the frigate would have headed due southward.
Twice it could have been all over with her if the crew had not been constantly on the watch.
The master of The Young Amelia, who was very desirous of retaining amongst his crew a man of Edmond's value, had offered to advance him funds out of his future profits, which Edmond had accepted.
The Achaeans will find you in everything--a ship and a picked crew to boot--so that you can set sail for Pylos at once and get news of your noble father.
It would have been dangerous, however, to continue much longer at sea with such a crew of mutinous sailors; and, besides, the Rose Algier was leaky and unseaworthy.
the Bellman cried, As he landed his crew with care; Supporting each man on the top of the tide By a finger entwined in his hair.
The Partners and Clerks - Canadian Voyageurs, Their Habits, Employments, Dress, Character, Songs- Expedition of a Canadian Boat and Its Crew by Land and Water.
The remaining members of the crew, safe in Lord Greystoke's assurance that they would not be prosecuted for their share in the villainies of the two Russians, hastened with cheerful alacrity to their several duties.
Bududreen was no mean sailor, but he was short handed, nor is it reasonable to suppose that even with a full crew he could have weathered the terrific gale which beat down upon the hapless vessel.
For'ard of this room, separated by a tight bulkhead, was the forecastle where lived the boat's crew.
You see, he took four of his boat's crew to Tulagi to be flogged--officially, you know--then started back with them in the whaleboat.