A person employed to load and unload a ship's cargo.
- ‘I can recall, when I was the manager of a stevedoring company - this goes back some while - having watersiders come to the Port of Tauranga who had been involved in the 1951 strike, and they did not talk to each other.’
- ‘Around 20,000 workers in 170 businesses have gained pay rises of 5% or more, including engineers, supermarket workers, watersiders and bus drivers.’
- ‘On August 11, the New Zealand Rail and Maritime Transport Union called off a planned 8-day strike by Wellington watersiders.’
- ‘I have been trained properly by watersiders and seafarers.’
- ‘I have been insulted by the professionals - the watersiders and seafarers of this country.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.