- seaweed marquetry,
Origin of seawater
Examples from the Web for seawater
The seawater once covering 26,000 square miles vanishes into desert.
Anguilla is an arid, flat Caribbean island surrounded on all sides by seawater.
And for that, it turned to the one resource it has in abundance—aside from seawater.
The seawater was higher than the fire hydrants, and the firefighters had to duck down into it to connect the hose.
Five feet of seawater tore through the streets of the low-lying Brooklyn neighborhood Monday night.Residents in Red Hook, Brooklyn, Assess the Damage After Sandy|Eliza Shapiro|October 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In a few days, five men were dispatched with five kettles to build a cairn for the manufacture of salt from seawater.The Conquest|Eva Emery Dye
It is also worth asking why fresh water freezes, but seawater does not.
"That's so," said the other sailor, tormented like the other two by thirst, aggravated by his draughts of seawater.Brave and Bold|Horatio Alger
As the plane went on it returned to a normal reading for fifty fathoms of seawater.Talents, Incorporated|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
It was dank and heavy yet with the seawater, but she wound it about her head without noticing.The Tidal Wave and Other Stories|Ethel May Dell