These sectional lines, of a deeper shade, are drawn across the german ocean, from shore to shore.
He sailed across the german ocean to the town in Norway where his bride had landed.
Day by day this boat, with its hundred or more people, makes a circuit of the island, and proceeds onwards to the german ocean.
A Dutch smack of about 150 tons, navigated in the german ocean.
They are long past Dunkirk now; the german ocean is opening before them.
He saved the country by allowing the german ocean to destroy it.
From the german ocean to the Mediterranean not an army or a fortress had been able to resist the revolutionary arms.
Now, dear mamma, I suppose we have done with the german ocean?
Then the battered and riddled old hulk plunged downward bow foremost into the depths of the german ocean.
To recruit his strength he went to Redcar, where the bracing air of the german ocean soon counteracted the ill effect of overwork.
Old English norðsæ, usually meaning "the Bristol Channel." The application to the body of water presently so named (late 13c.) is from Dutch (Noordzee, Middle Dutch Noortzee); it lies to the north of Holland, where it was contrasted with the inland Zuider Zee, literally "Southern Sea"). To the Danes, it sometimes was Vesterhavet "West Sea." In English, this had been typically called the "German Sea" or "German Ocean," which follows the Roman name for it, Oceanus Germanicus. "German" persisted on some British maps at least into the 1830s.