Landlubbing



[land-luhb-er] /ˈlændˌlʌb ər/

noun
1.
an unseasoned sailor or someone unfamiliar with the sea.
/ˈlændˌlʌbə/
noun
1.
(nautical) any person having no experience at sea
n.

also land-lubber, sailor’s term of contempt for a landsman, c.1700, from land (n.) + lubber (q.v.).

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