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Synonyms for divers

consisting of a number more than two or three but less than many

Synonyms for divers

many and different

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We won't go back empty-handed," cried an English sailor; and then he spoke to one of the Indian divers.
The other Indian divers immediately plunged over the boat's side and swam headlong down, groping among the rocks and sunken cannon.
Down plunged the diver, and soon rose dripping from the water, holding the sea shrub in his hand.
In looking through the scuttle Barbicane saw the specter of the dog, and other divers objects which had been thrown from the projectile, obstinately following them.
Now will the city have to fill and swell with a multitude of callings which are not required by any natural want; such as the whole tribe of hunters and actors, of whom one large class have to do with forms and colours; another will be the votaries of music--poets and their attendant train of rhapsodists, players, dancers, contractors; also makers of divers kinds of articles, including women's dresses.
Instead of some person or persons straightway appearing, divers remarkable sounds were heard, first in the workshop and afterwards in the little dark passage between it and the parlour, as though some unwieldy chest or heavy piece of furniture were being brought in, by an amount of human strength inadequate to the task.
He seeks after simplicity and its effects as a diver seeks for sunken gold.
The sport can be dangerous, because divers must hold their breath for prolonged periods while undergoing massive water pressure and physiological changes.
Formed by three Volunteer Recovery Scuba Divers to help victims of Hurricane Sandy, Hire Divers helps keep New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York underwater environments clean.
The divers were on board two rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) which broke down off the Farne Islands yesterday morning.
Lifeboat crews help divers whose boats broke down offthe Farne Islands off the coast of Northumberland
Divers play a crucial role in marine environmental conservation as they're present in these vulnerable ecosystems may harm coral and fish communities [3, 4].
The Egyptian diver Ahmed Gabr officially breaks the world record for the deepest scuba dive, reaching a depth of 332.
Divers spend 8 to 10 hours per day harvesting the ponds and may need multiple days to finish a job.
A boom and a moan were heard via communication devices then fellow divers pulled the man to the surface as he fell unconscious, government task force spokesman Ko Myung-seok told a televised briefing.