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seaware

[ see-wair ]
/ ˈsiˌwɛər /
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noun
seaweed, especially coarse, large seaweed, used chiefly as a fertilizer.
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Origin of seaware

before 1000; Old English sǣwār, equivalent to sea + wār seaweed (not recorded in ME)
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British Dictionary definitions for seaware

seaware
/ (ˈsiːˌwɛə) /

noun
any of numerous large coarse seaweeds, esp when cast ashore and used as fertilizer

Word Origin for seaware

Old English sǣwār, from sea + wār seaweed
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