The captain of a ship, especially a merchant ship.(noun)
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Use "sea captain" in a sentence
"Grant, being our leader, was called “General Grant,” and Bill was “Captain Semen” because he looks like a sea captain with a thick brown beard and his last name, Nemes, when spelled backward is, conveniently, “semen.”"
"In 1697, a Dutch sea captain chanced upon a black swan in Australia, at which point the null hypothesis was proven true and the white swan theory had to be discarded."
"Fabbio perched at the very prow of the boat, standing tall and pointing left, like a sea captain or a hunting dog, as if pointing was very important."