- From Middle English *hei-sea, *heh-se, from Old English hēahsǣ ("the high sea, the deep"), equivalent to high- + sea. (Wiktionary)
““if observations taken from an open boat in a high sea should differ ten miles from the truth; but I judge that Mr. Bass's quadrant must have received some injury during the night of the 31st, for a similar error appears to pervade all the future observations, even those taken under favourable circumstances.””
“Off Rame Head, carrying a high sea on the quarter, we were badly pooped; the tug broached to and we were in a nasty mess.”
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