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Argonaut

see synonyms of argonaut

1. argonaut

someone engaged in a dangerous but potentially rewarding adventure

2. argonaut

(Greek mythology) one of the heroes who sailed with Jason in search of the Golden Fleece

3. argonaut, argonauta argo, nautilus, paper nautilus

cephalopod mollusk of warm seas whose females have delicate papery spiral shells

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Argonaut

see synonyms of argonaut
noun
1. Greek mythology
one of the heroes who sailed with Jason in quest of the Golden Fleece
2. 
a person who took part in the Californian gold rush of 1849
3.  another name for the paper nautilus

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Argonaut

see synonyms of argonaut
noun
1.  Greek Mythology
any of the men who sail with Jason to search for the Golden Fleece
2.  US; [also a-]
a person who took part in the California gold rush of 1848-49
3.  [a-]; Zoology
paper nautilus

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Argonaut

see synonyms of argonaut
n.
1. Greek Mythology One who sailed with Jason on the Argo in search of the Golden Fleece.
2. also argonaut A person who is engaged in a dangerous but rewarding quest; an adventurer.

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