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  • noun a solid wave of water coming aboard the deck of a ship

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Examples

  • Sophie nudged Hap with her elbow and pointed to the starboard railing, where Hameron leaned over, sending a jet of half-digested food into the green sea.

    End of Time

  • Sophie nudged Hap with her elbow and pointed to the starboard railing, where Hameron leaned over, sending a jet of half-digested food into the green sea.

    End of Time

  • BECK: Did you see the story about China and the green sea, where they ` re going to have the Olympics and they ` re going out.

    CNN Transcript Jul 2, 2008

  • We rode a small six-seater boat out to where the brown river emptied into the green sea.

    The Worst Years of Your Life

  • In the water large white koi flit in the dappled beams of sunlight under large lily pads in a calm green sea.

    Review of the Day: Wolf! Wolf!

  • In the water large white koi flit in the dappled beams of sunlight under large lily pads in a calm green sea.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • Thrice the great cry rings rippling through the gray air, and over the green sea, and over the far-flooded shell-reefs, where the huge white flashes are,--sheet-lightning of breakers,--and over the weird wash of corpses coming in.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • Thrice the great cry rings rippling through the gray air, and over the green sea, and over the far-flooded shell-reefs, where the huge white flashes are,--sheet-lightning of breakers,--and over the weird wash of corpses coming in.

    A Memory of Last Island

  • Making his way to the boathouse, Cork felt as if he were wading into a deep, green sea.

    Blood Hollow

  • Making his way to the boathouse, Cork felt as if he were wading into a deep, green sea.

    Blood Hollow

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