landlubberly landlubberly


  • (adj) inexperienced in seamanship


  1. A holiday boat excursion for two landlubberly married couples turns into a fascist parable in Way Upstream.
  2. He is hell on efficiency, cuts loose with a fine blast of profanity when his crew shows signs of landlubberly carelessness.
  3. The landlubberly FBI crew who manned it, however, promptly blew out one of its enginesand thereafter pretended to be in great fear of punishment from the all-powerful sheik.
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/ˈeɪ mi ə bəl /