seaworthy

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sea +‎ -worthy

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seaworthy (comparative more seaworthy, superlative most seaworthy)

  1. Fit for service at sea.
    • 1922, James A. Cooper, Sheila of Big Wreck Cove
      Yet everybody knows that a cargo properly stowed in a seaworthy craft reaches market in much the better condition than by rail, though perhaps it is some hours longer on the way.

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