from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A prospect at sea or of the sea, or a picture representing a scene at sea; a marine view.


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  • Opulent rooms boast glorious sea-view terraces, and there's a top-flight restaurant.

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  • Unabashed junk foodies will love the stylish white-on-beige McDonald's, with a sea-view terrace for Big Mac munching.

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  • The club-floor rooms are in better condition, and you definitely want a sea-view room to balance the inconvenience of being a cab ride away from most top Barcelona attractions.

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  • Getty Images Herbert Samuel: Cutting-edge design, luxe-Mediterranean menu, extensive wine list and prime sea-view location, it ' s barely 3 years old, already a classic.

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  • Lauderdale or Miami, the island offers accommodations for up to 12 guests in three luxury villas, amenities including an expansive main beach, marina, spa facilities, gym, sea-view infinity pool, tennis court and a selection of boats for skiing, sailing, fishing or cruising to small neighbouring islands.

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  • 'My passengers have nice sea-view rooms in a hotel in Paignton, in Devon.'

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  • Haute couture brands like Gucci, Hermes, and Versace welcome the visitor into a community where a two bedroom, sea-view apartment costs $907,000, and some properties include berths for a mega yacht.

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  • For a budget beachfront stay, The Driftwood's sea-view rooms start at $140.

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  • At the Sheraton Algarve, the hotel at the Pine Cliffs Resort, the least expensive sea-view room costs ¤586 per night during the first half of August.

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  • One Saturday morning in the month of August, an hour and a half before sunrise, Carne walked down to the big yew-tree, which stood far enough from the brink of the cliff to escape the salt, and yet near enough to command an extensive sea-view.



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