One who navigates or assists in navigating a ship.(noun)
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Use "mariner" in a sentence
"Furthermore, this mariner is not going to Sydney, thank you."
"For hours he played on indefatigably, repeating his whole repertory of Frankish discords at least a score of times, and telling all who asked that he had acquired his skill in foreign music by instruction from the greatest living master of the art -- a certain English mariner named William."
"The skill of a mariner is seen in a storm, and, in the distress of the ship, then is the proper time for him to exert himself."