beach|comb «BEECH KOHM», intransitive verb.
to live as a beachcomber.

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  • beach|comb|er — «BEECH KOH muhr», noun. 1. a vagrant or loafer, especially on the islands of the Pacific. 2. U.S. a long wave which rolls in from the ocean upon the beach; breaker; comber …   Useful english dictionary

  • beach·comb·er — /ˈbiːʧˌkoʊmɚ/ noun, pl ers [count] : a person who walks along beaches looking for things (such as seashells or items that can be sold) …   Useful english dictionary

  • comb — beach·comb; beach·comb·er; cat·a·comb; cocks·comb; comb; comb·er; cox·comb; cox·comb·i·cal; cox·comb·ly; cox·comb·ry; new·comb; re·comb; cox·comb·ic; …   English syllables

  • beach — beach; beach·comb; beach·comb·er; beach·head; beach·less; beach·man; …   English syllables

  • Beach comber — Beach comb er A long, curling wave rolling in from the ocean. See {Comber}. [Amer., archaic] [1913 Webster +PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • beach-comber — (n.) 1840, from BEACH (Cf. beach) (n.) + agent noun from COMB (Cf. comb) (v.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Comb honey — production using Ross Round style equipment: center comb is complete, right in progress Comb honey is honey, intended for consumption, which still contains pieces of the hexagonal shaped beeswax cells of the honeycomb. Before the invention of the …   Wikipedia

  • Comb sort — Class Sorting algorithm Data structure Array Worst case performance O(n log n)[1] …   Wikipedia

  • Comb drive — Comb drives capacitive actuators, often used linear actuators that utilize electrostatic forces that act between two electrically conductive combs. Comb drive actuators typically operate at the micro or nanometer scale and are generally… …   Wikipedia

  • Comb Ridge — from the air, above Bluff Utah and the San Juan River. Photo by Doc Searls. Comb Ridge is a linear north to south trending monocline nearly 120 miles long in southeast Utah and Arizona. Composed of Jurassic age Navajo Sandstone, it displays… …   Wikipedia

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