Paxton, the whaleman, now stood up in the boat to take an observation of the 15 land.
They put him down among the sailors, and made a whaleman of him.
The whaleman, in particular, has frequent cause to feel how narrowly he has escaped such dangers.
And if ever I go where Pliny is, I, a whaleman (more than he was), will make bold to tell him so.
One whaleman has estimated it at the weight of twenty line-of-battle ships, with all their guns, and stores, and men on board.
It was at this moment that I came as close to death as ever whaleman experienced.
I remembered a story of a white man—a whaleman too—who, falling among the cannibals, had been tattooed by them.
The scenes in a whaleman's life are varied and very stirring.
The whaleman, being more or less of a celebrity, had attracted the bright glances of several Tchuktchi maidens.
The lily-iron is, in principle, exactly what a whaleman would describe by the word “toggle.”