Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. The coastline.
  • n. The horizon.
  • n. A line used for sounding.

Etymologies

From sea +‎ line. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • But he looked again over his shoulder towards the sealine glimmering afar off; and yet again.

    XXII. Some Old Scenes, and Some New People

  • Now Ithaca lies low, furthest up the sealine toward the darkness, but those others face the dawning and the sun: a rugged isle, but a good nurse of noble youths; and for myself I can see nought beside sweeter than a man’s own country.

    Book IX

  • The sun was now looking over the sealine, and the tall cocoa-nut trees were singing and whispering together under the strengthening breeze.

    The Blue Lagoon: a romance

  • Yet what depths of the soul does Jonah's deep sealine sound! what a pregnant lesson to us is this prophet!

    Moby-Dick, or, The Whale

  • - From sealine resort to the Inland sea: 4WD, GPS, and desert-driving experience is a must.

    Qatar Living - Everything you need to know about living in Qatar

  • Jonah’s deep sealine sound! what a pregnant lesson to us is this prophet!

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

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