- sea + wall (Wiktionary)
“The seawall is another example, look at that estimate, look at the contingency, and tell me the contingency will cover the "connecting" the land to the sea for beauty and educational uses.”
“The seawall is actually made of wood and marine worms have eaten it away.”
“To think one could build a tunnel for a fixed cost through the muck behind the seawall is lunacy.”
“The island's seawall, which is more than 100 years old, also requires shoring up, and some 1.4 million square feet of historic buildings need restoration.”
“We just had to stop beach activity, and we had to start water-blasting the seawall, which is 10 miles long, to clean that up.”
“The tunnel option will be built right next to the seawall and the seawall will be the west wall of the tunnel.”
“An early stroll along the seawall was a good change of pace.”
“Monday morning breakfast at Provence on Marinaside it's quiet on Mondays in Yaletown and then a stroll along the seawall is my favourite thing to do.”
“There's a lake next to the city, it's called the Sabine Lake, two miles from the Gulf of Mexico and they're afraid all of the water is going to come from there, over a 14 foot seawall, which is too low and that's what they think will flood the city.”
“The seawall, which is 17 feet high, is containing whatever storm surge there was.”
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