Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A marine map. See chart, 1.

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Examples

  • Francisco de Molares, one of the best and most credible of all the pilots, testified that he saw a sea-chart which Columbus had made of the coast of Paria, and he believed that all governed themselves by it.

    The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus

  • And I also _send you another sea-chart_, like the one I sent to him, which will satisfy your demands.

    Amerigo Vespucci

  • The first lieutenant beckoned to a midshipman, who soon returned with a large sea-chart, which the captain spread out on the capstan head.

    Ronald Morton, or the Fire Ships A Story of the Last Naval War

  • The captain, however, who regarded every coast and island with a matter-of-fact eye, and had no more associations connected with them than those laid down in his sea-chart, considered all this curiosity as exceedingly idle and childish.

    Astoria, or Anecdotes of an Enterprise Beyond the Rocky Mountains

  • Another witness, Bernaldo de Haro, states that he had been with the admiral, and had written (or rather copied) a letter for the admiral to the king and queen, designating, in an accompanying sea-chart, the courses and steerings and winds by which he had arrived at Paria; and that this witness had heard that from this chart others had been made, and that

    The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (Volume II)

  • Francisco de Molares, one of the best and most credible of all the pilots, testified that he saw a sea-chart which Columbus had made of the coast of

    The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (Volume II)

  • By all this I knew we had fallen into the north of the shoal, and that it was laid down wrong in my sea-chart: for I found it lie in about 27 degrees latitude, and by our run in the next day I found that the outward edge of it, which I sounded on, lies 16 leagues off shore.

    A Voyage to New Holland

  • Companies such as Sony, and Apple own made downloading sea-chart music a multi-billion dollar inustry.

    Article directories Celibataire Urbaine

  • They were aided in this purpose by the fact that when the favorite, who went to seize the property of the ship, was in Hurando, its pilot, Francisco de Sanda, had shown him the sea-chart in which could be seen all the countries which had been discovered, and España and the other kingdoms possessed by his

    History of the Philippine Islands

  • And therefore I think it of most value to be instill’d into a young man upon all occasions which offer themselves, that when he comes to launch into the deep himself, he may not be like one at sea without a line, compass or sea-chart; but may have some notice before-hand of the rocks and shoals, the currents and quick-sands, and know a little how to steer, that he sink not before he get experience.

    Some Thoughts Concerning Education. Sections 91-100

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