Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The salt water of the sea or ocean. See ocean.

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  • Current thinking is that that rise is caused mostly by sea-water expansion from increasing temperature and by the runoff of water from the melting of glaciers and ice sheets.

    Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?

  • Current thinking is that that rise is caused mostly by sea-water expansion from increasing temperature and by the runoff of water from the melting of glaciers and ice sheets.

    Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?

  • Current thinking is that that rise is caused mostly by sea-water expansion from increasing temperature and by the runoff of water from the melting of glaciers and ice sheets.

    Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?

  • Current thinking is that that rise is caused mostly by sea-water expansion from increasing temperature and by the runoff of water from the melting of glaciers and ice sheets.

    Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?

  • Current thinking is that that rise is caused mostly by sea-water expansion from increasing temperature and by the runoff of water from the melting of glaciers and ice sheets.

    Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?

  • Some whales double their weight when straining sea-water

    Boing Boing

  • Again, as the Elsinore dipped by the head and fetched a surge of sea-water from aft along the runway, I saw the dark object bound for'ard directly at the mates.

    CHAPTER XXXV

  • Brought up from the wreck was a journal, so torn and mushed and pulped by the sea-water, with ink so run about, that scarcely any of it was decipherable.

    Chapter 15

  • Diamonds and rubies are gone, spread out on the deck to be washed away by a bucket of sea-water, and he does not even know that the diamonds and rubies are gone.

    Chapter 6

  • Current thinking is that that rise is caused mostly by sea-water expansion from increasing temperature and by the runoff of water from the melting of glaciers and ice sheets.

    Bill Chameides: Where Has All The Water Gone?

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