Yachtsman

/ˈjɒtsmən/

Origin

First recorded in 1860–65; yacht + 's1 + -man (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Yachtsman

Yachtsman

noun

  1. a person who owns or sails a yacht, or who is devoted to yachting.
  2. a person who sails a yacht or yachts

dictionary.com

Yachtsman

noun

  1. A person who sails yachts.

lexico.com

Yachtsman

noun

  1. : a person who owns or sails a yacht

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Example sentences for Yachtsman

  1. "There is nothing," and now the yachtsman could not help noticing the coldness in Viola's voice.
  2. Lastly, let no yachtsman speak contemptuously of the Solent.
  3. As an introduction, however, to the remarks which follow, my career as a yachtsman may be summarised in the most condensed form.
  4. The more the yachtsman slackens out his sail, the more it will help the boat along.
  5. The cheerful reader feels as ready for Æschylus and his furies as the yachtsman for his sail on a choppy sea.

Nearby words

yacht , yacht chair , yacht club , yachtie , yachting , yachtswoman , yack , yackety-yak , yad , yad vashem

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