This innocent vast lubber did not see any particular difference between the two facts.
a man is a sailor, or he is not; he knows his course, or he is nothing but a fresh-water lubber.
He was once more the stupid lubber.
Yea, you should have seen children also that had cast away their pearls and precious stones, when they saw the like sticking upon the Ambassadors' caps, dig and push their mothers under the sides, saying thus to them: 'Look, mother, how great a lubber doth yet wear pearls and precious stones, as though he were a little child still.
"Luff, you lubber," cried an Irish voice that was Smee's; "here's the rock.
While this clumsy lubber was striving to free his white-ash, and while, in consequence, Derick's boat was nigh to capsizing, and he thundering away at his men in a mighty rage; --that was a good time for Starbuck, Stubb, and Flask.
They clap the lubber Ajax on the shoulder,
What's the lubber holding over there for
Wasn't there one God- forsaken lubber in the lot fit to raise a yell on a rope?
The lubbers is going about to get the wind of me this blessed moment; lubbers as couldn't keep what they got, and want to nail what is another's.
Come, come, you lazy lubbers, fall to work, or we shall not be ready for mamma.
In fact, this funny little image was the 'crack' god of the island; lording it over all the wooden lubbers who looked so grim and dreadful; its name was Moa Artua.
Come, bear a hand, you lubbers, and set us on board in the turning of a minute-glass.
Ye lubbers, look about.