I was not eager to look forward to see the first glimpse of France through the sea mist.
This high land receives the sea mist and fogs; and they settle on our skins with a deadly dampness.
Captain Nat, his second mate and five of his men were all that was left of the sea mist's company.
Then his eye fell on the sea mist which covered the marshes in a white shroud, and he smiled slightly.
The boat they built was abandoned and the survivors of the sea mist were taken on board the man-of-war and carried to Tahiti.
I believe they would; and the enchantment would take the form of a sea mist.
On the first of these islands, the smaller one, the sea mist had been wrecked.
Much as he hated the thought, he saw that the sea mist had made her last voyage and must be abandoned.
Wherefore, of their strength, they come against us of the Islands and Passes, and we are as camp smoke and sea mist before them.
It was there, but a sea mist hid it, and a tall thorn-hedge, and a web stretched across its idle gates.