As to its safety, I hope the Admiralty are the best judges; to a landsman's eye she looks very small.
Madden realized he was seeing what every landsman dreams of seeing: a naval battle.
The same Providence watches over the seaman as the landsman.
These are the stock-in-trade of the landsman; they were too real for the sailor to sing about.
HALL is a landsman, and therefore the proper man to send in search of land.
A fine paid by a youngster or landsman on first mounting the top.
Supposedly driven underground, the Church counted almost every landsman among its supporters from the Kings down.
His dress was more that of a landsman than of a sailor, though it partook of both.
It would only perplex a landsman to be told in detail the proceedings of the “Nancy” and her crew after this point.
The aid of a landsman would be of little service in operations like these.
: I am another kvetch when it comes to wind chimes/right in tune with the city medical spirit, which is basically one of kvetch
To whine; complain; be consistently pessimistic: I know you know. I'm just kvetching/Dealing with a controversial idea of public importance, Mobil kvetched
[1960s+; fr Yiddish, literally ''squeeze, press'']