landlubbing

landlubbing

(ˈlændˌlʌbɪŋ)
adj
another word for landlubberly
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Have three landlubbing celebrities - rugby player Ben Cohen, Boyzone star Shane Lynch and chef Antony Worrall Thompson - got what it takes to survive as shipmates aboard a trawler in the perilous North Atlantic?
The fossils of a big-flippered sea creature may bridge the gap between landlubbing and water-dwelling reptiles of the Triassic period.
Over 1,000 engineering, business, and management students Presented projects as diverse as a scuba-diving robot controlled by its Landlubbing masters, a drone that gives specific information to infantry troops on what lies down the road in real time, a lip-reading system for tracheostomy patients, a system for computers to analyze faces and a robot that solves puzzles.
The inhabitants pull them to, seagoing or landlubbing populace, tie up the shutters like sails on a boat on the verge of going down.
milk, as a band of budding buccaneers swapped their landlubbing life at school for a swashbuckling trip of a lifetime.
NASA began working on its first dexterous robot - the landlubbing Robonaut 1 - in 1997.
Its menu consists of freshly-caught dishes which landlubbing seafood lovers like myself can only dream of back home in the city.
So whether you're a landlubbing coward or swarthy old seadog, a trip to the Land of the Pharaohs is bound to float your boat.
LANDLUBBING theatre goers will be setting sail for a voyage of discovery this week.
The vessel was generally easy to sail, though manoeuvring into a "parking space" was sometimes a little tricky for us landlubbing beginners.
Once more valuable than gold, ancient sailors and camel drivers - often beset by bad weather, seafaring pirates or landlubbing brigands - risked their lives to transport now-taken-for-granted pepper, cinnamon, cloves, ginger and nutmeg across the Indian Ocean or overland through mountains and deserts to the Middle East and Europe.