From these homes one can see the lighthouse, the jetty, some small islands, but nothing more.
When the waves reached their violent peak, a BUD/S instructor standing on top of the jetty would signal with his flashlight.
The Daily Pic: Robert Smithson found spirals before his "jetty".
This jetty has been sometimes partially, and at other times completely, destroyed by the waves.
We left our boat at the jetty, and walked through some gardens to the villa.
Splashes from the water as those on the jetty cast into the sea objects Ross could not define.
There's a little woman who sells cigars on the jetty at Bastia.
Then De Gayangos gave a shout, and leaped, as the boat swung past the jetty.
It was similar to that which was to receive them on the shore end of the jetty.
The boat stole along in the shadow of the jetty into the darkness which hid the port.
early 15c., from Old French jetee "a jetty, a projecting part of a building," also "a throw," noun use of fem. past participle of jeter "to throw" (see jet (v.)). Notion is of a structure "thrown out" past what surrounds it.