transported by ship over the sea.
carried on or over the sea: a seaborne fog; seaborne cargoes.
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How to use seaborne in a sentence
Waterspouts are often falsely believed to be harmless seaborne spinups, akin to dust devils, that rapidly decompose as they encounter land.A damaging tornadic waterspout barreled through parts of Smith Island | Jacob Feuerstein, Michael Ruane | August 5, 2022 | Washington Post
In part, this is because approximately 67% of crude oil imports are seaborne.Putin Still Holds the Cards When It Comes to Global Energy | Suriya Jayanti | June 18, 2022 | Time
The company is now expanding into deep-sea mining, hoping its other seaborne skills will give it an edge.
The seaborne landings in Morocco and Sicily had been relative cakewalks.The Story of the American Journalists Who Landed on D-Day | Timothy M. Gay | June 6, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The U.S. had used Blair seaborne, a Canadian diplomat, to represent it at peace negotiations, the papers disclosed.How the State Department Can Stop the Next WikiLeaks | James C. Goodale | December 1, 2010 | THE DAILY BEAST
The public story was that seaborne represented the Canadian government alone.How the State Department Can Stop the Next WikiLeaks | James C. Goodale | December 1, 2010 | THE DAILY BEAST
The other charges that affected Italy were the 5% duty on manumissions, and customs dues on seaborne imports.
seaborne trade was rigidly directed as a potent arm in bringing Germany's war power to ruin.
It is an important seat of trade, where seaborne goods are transferred to and from river boats.
Stonehaven, Gourdon and Johnshaven are the chief ports for seaborne trade.
Some seaborne trade, chiefly coasting, is carried on at the open roadsteads of Masulipatam and Nizampatam, both in the delta.
British Dictionary definitions for seaborne
carried on or by the sea
transported by ship
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