In an inlet north of Pensacola Beach, his crew sighted more tar balls.
I guess I can find my way up that inlet as well as any of your blessed Cotterells could.
The inlet from the stream should be so placed that it is easy to get at and clean.
“It might be as well if I pushed on for the inlet and brought George or Acton back with me,” he suggested.
Slowly the vessels coasted along the uninviting shore, looking in vain for any inlet or any river's mouth.
It was an inlet which went on for half a mile or so before turning obliquely to the north.
In a few days they discovered an inlet, which La Salle carefully examined from the mast-head.
Every inlet of the Pacific is watched, after the fiasco of the Chapman.
These pipes are connected with the inlet side of the trap of the same fixture.
It was nearly one o'clock when they got within half a mile of the inlet.
inlet in·let (ĭn'lět', -lĭt)
A passage leading into a cavity.