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Alternative clues for the word seacoast
Area of early exploration
Maine's is rocky
Scenic area, often
The shore of a sea or ocean
Land bordering the Caspian
Area akin to Texas's gulf frontage
Word definitions for seacoast in dictionaries
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Gun \Gun\ (g[u^]n), n. [OE. gonne, gunne; of uncertain origin; cf. Ir., Gael., & LL. gunna, W. gum; possibly (like cannon) fr. L. canna reed, tube; or abbreviated fr. OF. mangonnel, E. mangonel, a machine for hurling stones.] A weapon which throws or propels...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. the coastal land bordering a sea or ocean
Word definitions in WordNet
n. the shore of a sea or ocean [syn: seashore , coast , sea-coast ]
Usage examples of seacoast.
As we approach the seacoast, the well-known cities of Bugia and Tangier define the more certain limits of the Saracen victories.
If you go straight to the Seacoast, she will leave you and rush home to her village in the Weavers Landsand Moji will rush after her.
Brigands moved out of their fastnesses in the Crumples to intercept all but the most heavily guarded caravans travelling between Myrcia and the seacoast cities of Gebroan.
It was well prepared in advance, with soldiers carrying heavy loads on packboards hiking up the trails from the seacoast and from the short distance up the river that could be navigated by flat-bottomed boats.
Beyond the steppes which encompass the whole southern seacoast of Russia, from the Sea of Azof to the Danube, there spreads far inland a fertile region, embracing the whole or part of the Governments of Podolia, Poltava, Kharkof, Kief, Voronei, Don Cossacks, etc.
The worthy Obed tells us, that in the early times of the whale fishery, ere ships were regularly launched in pursuit of the game, the people of that island erected lofty spars along the seacoast, to which the look-outs ascended by means of nailed cleats, something as fowls go upstairs in a hen-house.
In those days the border between Eldidd and the lands of the Westfolk lay unmarked for most of its length, but down at the seacoast stood a stream called Y Brog, the Badger, and upon it, the westernmost human settlement, a town called Cannobaen.
From this point their roving bands made their way as far as the seacoast in the Clanwilliam direction, for they expected at Lambert's Bay to meet with a vessel with mercenaries and guns from Europe.
The bartender was an import from New Jersey who knew from nothing but Asbury Park, but Billy found a waitress who had lived in Maine all her life, was familiar with the seacoast, and loved to talk about it.
In the glens beside Tysan's seacoast, a boar's blood clots in matted grass.
Through the ship's glasshe had bought from a shop on the seacoast, he could makeout steep-walled houses and looping, arched walkways thatcut through the air between.
I prevailed on an old Indian to mark the Multnomah River down on the sand, which he did, and it perfectly corresponded with the sketch given me by sundry others, with the addition of a circular mountain which passes this river at the falls and connects with the mountains of the seacoast.
The real capital of the empire was located even farther south, but the Greatest Noble was staying, for the nonce, in a city nestled high in the mountains, well inland from the seacoast.
But it was in that sign, they said, that the Broken Lands and other satrapies along the seacoast had been lost.
But it was in that sign, they said, that the Broken Lands and other satrapies along the seacoast had been lost .