Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The border or shore of the sea.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I sing of the moon in this shadow, here on this sea-marge

    "Noh", or, Accomplishment

  • She turned to flee; but she had gone too far now to retreat; hastily dipping her head three times, she hurried out to the sea-marge, and looking through her dripping locks at the magic mirror, pronounced the incantation --

    Westward Ho!, or, the voyages and adventures of Sir Amyas Leigh, Knight, of Burrough, in the county of Devon, in the reign of her most glorious majesty Queen Elizabeth

  • I owe to no season of the general period such a preserved sense of innumerable unaccompanied walks -- at the reason of which luxury of freedom I have glanced; which as often as not were through the steep and low-browed and brightly-daubed _ruelles_ of the fishing-town and either across and along the level sea-marge and sustained cliff beyond; this latter the site of the first Napoleon's so tremendously mustered camp of invasion, with a monument as futile, by my remembrance, as that enterprise itself had proved, to give it all the special accent I could ask for.

    A Small Boy and Others

  • She turned to flee; but she had gone too far now to retreat; hastily dipping her head three times, she hurried out to the sea-marge, and looking through her dripping locks at the magic mirror, pronounced the incantation — “A maiden pure, here I stand,

    Westward Ho!

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