Beach comber

Beach' comb`er A long, curling wave rolling in from the ocean. See Comber . [ Amer.]
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Beach comber

Beach comber [ Written also beach-comber .] (Nautical) A vagrant seaman, usually of low character, who loiters about seaports, particularly on the shores and islands of the Pacific Ocean. « I was fortunate enough, however, to forgather with a Scotchman who was a beach-comber F. T. Bullen...
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Beach comber

• A long, curling wave rolling in from the ocean. See Comber. • A vagrant seaman, usually of low character, who loiters about seaports, particularly on the shores and islands of the Pacific Ocean.
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Beach Comber

Beach Comber (designated as `Pigeon – NPS.41.NS.4230`) was a Canadian war pigeon who received the Dickin Medal for bravery in service during the Second World War. On 19 August 1942, Beach Comber arrived in Britain, despite hazardous conditions, from Dieppe, France carrying a message from the Canadian Army alerting commanders of their landing t.....
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