The boys soon saw the seabird plowing her way to the landing.
I have been driven about from place to place, like a seabird in a storm.
The trysail was hoisted and sheeted home, and the seabird was under way again.
"I'm going to ship him on the seabird," continued the captain.
It fell over the bowsprit, and a cheer broke from those on board the wreck and from the sailors of the seabird.
Still, it's just as you likes; the seabird won't mind it if we don't.
ND do you really mean that we are to cross by the steamer, Mr. Virtue, while you go over in the seabird?
The wind was full on the seabird's beam as she entered the broken water.
There was not even a seabird overhead—not an insect crawling or humming along the ungrateful sand.
The time has come when the seabird life must be either made or marred for ever.