Did you possibly mean seawall?
- n. A strong-jawed North Atlantic fish of wolffish family Anarhichadidae, Anarhichas lupus.
- n. Any of various dangerous people and animals that attack at sea.
- sea + wolf (Wiktionary)
“There is a class of submarines that was cancelled because of missing threats and high costs, the seawolf-class.”
“Opponents of the third seawolf say it is unnecessary because Russia is no longer competitive.”
“He won fame in five campaigns against the corsairs of Morocco, fighting with such ferocity that he was called the Loup de Mer, the seawolf of France.”
“This was as much a shock as the seawolf hitting him from behind had been.”
“He'd had eyes only for the monstrously large seawolf in front of him.”
“With no more hesitation than he would have showed if a seawolf came out of the surf to attack his flock, Cashel raised his right foot to the ship's rail and went over the side in a clean dive.”
“The ten-foot seawolf was almost on him, waddling with its head high and its open mouth stinking like a slaughteryard on a hot summer day.”
“He fingered his calf where the seawolf had torn him; the twinge in the muscles was little more than he'd have expected from the day's normal labors.”
“The creature was a seawolf, one of a species of predatory lizards which had returned to the water.”
“The seawolf twisted onto itself, its jaws clopping together near its own tail.”
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