Saying this, the boatswain made a rush at the lascar, and quickly passed a rope behind his arms.
Grief and rage convulsed the fierce face of the wounded lascar.
The little, bent man went over to another bunk, this time leading up the stair one who looked like a lascar.
Here is a lascar ashore from the big steamer that is to start for Alexandria on the morrow.
A canoe, in which was the lascar, soon afterwards put off from land and came alongside.
There was the boat, the lascar resting motionless on his oar.
Yet how came it that even a low-caste mongrel of a lascar should offer such an overt insult to a Brahmin!
From the lascar he had learned all that he ever knew of the motives of the Gujarati's action.
I have seen a lascar several times while I have been down there.
The knife of one of the Chinamen whom he had supposed to be dead was sticking in the wall beside the lascar's arm.
East Indian sailor, 1620s, from Portuguese lachar, from Hindi lashkari "soldier, native sailor," from lashkar "army, camp," from Persian lashkar. Cf. Arabic al-'askar "the army," perhaps from Persian.