from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The froth or foam of the sea.
- n. Seaweeds.
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There was more, much more of this, -- a plenitude of eloquent sound, which seems to embody sublime ideas, but which, carefully examined, contains no more palpable substance than sea-froth.
We were up to the neck in water; the bitter sea-froth choaked us.
Perils and Captivity Comprising The sufferings of the Picard family after the shipwreck of the Medusa, in the year 1816; Narrative of the captivity of M. de Brisson, in the year 1785; Voyage of Madame Godin along the river of the Amazons, in the year 1770.
We were all up to the neck in water; the bitter sea-froth choked us.
Thrilling Narratives of Mutiny, Murder and Piracy A weird series of tales of shipwreck and disaster, from the earliest part of the century to the present time, with accounts of providential escapes and heart-rending fatalities.
Gulls, whiter than sea-froth, drifted towards a wave with pointed wings.
Then it all blew away like sea-froth, and she shook with charming laughter.
Heads were bent forward, eyes were shaded, and one impulse seemed to have moved the scattered crowd upon the foaming beach, and those who were standing knee-deep amongst the rushing sea-froth that ran up beyond them to the sand.
Born out of the sea-froth of Voight’s severed genitals, Angie springs out of the ocean, fully grown, and is married off to ugly but skilled Hephaestos Billy Bob Thornton.