fisherman


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fisherman

a vessel used for fishing
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This smoke rose up to the clouds, and stretching over the sea and the shore, formed a thick mist, which caused the fisherman much astonishment.
At this, the genius looked at the fisherman haughtily.
The fisherman did not much like the business: however, he went to the seashore; and when he came back there the water looked all yellow and green.
said the fisherman, 'she says that when I had caught you, I ought to have asked you for something before I let you go; she does not like living any longer in the pigsty, and wants a snug little cottage.
we men of the sea," replied the fisherman, "speak a little of all languages.
I am at present, my lord -- a fisherman, and a famous fisherman too.
When the Fisherman pulled the net out of the sea, he cried out joyfully:
The Fisherman took the net and the fish to the cave, a dark, gloomy, smoky place.
Then the Crab said to the old fisherman, 'Now take this rod; go and knock with it on a certain mountain; then a black man[6] will come out and ask you what you wish for.
The fisherman and his sister didn't want the Doctor to go away again in a hurry.
Every Greek fisherman on the river contributed to the sum.
The fisherman pointed to the rollers tumbling in on the sand-bank, and to the great waves leaping up in clouds of foam against the headlands on either side of us.

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