fisherman


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fisherman

a vessel used for fishing
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"O Fortune," he cried, "do not trifle thus with me, a poor fisherman, who can hardly support his family!"
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.
When the fisherman went home to his wife in the pigsty, he told her how he had caught a great fish, and how it had told him it was an enchanted prince, and how, on hearing it speak, he had let it go again.
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.
we men of the sea," replied the fisherman, "speak a little of all languages."
When the Fisherman pulled the net out of the sea, he cried out joyfully:
One day the Crab said to the fisherman's wife, 'Go to the King and tell him I wish to marry his younger daughter.'
Then, too, there was a meaty fisherman's stew, delicious with garlic, and crusty Italian bread without butter, and all washed down with pint mugs of thick and heady claret.
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.
Some people are under the impression that all that is required to make a good fisherman is the ability to tell lies easily and without blushing; but this is a mistake.

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