It is the paradise of the adventurer and the adventuress, of the gambler, the beach-comber, and the long-chance promoter.
I guess I'm more of a beach-comber by nature than anything else.
Moran took this end and drew it out between the beach-comber's teeth, then pushed it back slowly.
Now Joel Latham was a tsith-addict, a beach-comber at Venusport.
Don't you worry; no beach-comber like that can stand up long in front of me.
For of such is the paradise of the beach-comber, and the hell of the clean man.
The beach-comber instinct should be strong in all sane minds.
He had no money now, and he had become a beach-comber in the real sense of the word.
All had indeed some touch of the poetic; for the beach-comber, when not a mere ruffian, is the poor relation of the artist.
beach-comber, a fellow who prowls about the sea-shore to plunder wrecks, and pick up waifs and strays of any kind.