sailor (part of speech: noun)
- X. Now she turned, reached a hand; then a tall gondolier That had leaned on his oar, like a long lifted spear, Shot sudden and swift and all silently And drew to her side as she turned from the tide. - "Mae Madden", Mary Murdoch Mason.
- Another gondolier can be had to- morrow for the asking; but to- night, the prices are appalling. - "A Venetian June", Anna Fuller.
- It can't be half so nice as being a gondolier. - "A Venetian June", Anna Fuller.