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- n. Plural form of seabank.
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Oh, moonlit night of Africa, and orchard by these wild seabanks where once Dido stood; oh, laughter of boys among the shaken leaves, and sound of falling fruit; how do you live alone out of so many nights that no man remembers?
"The government has mostly focused on building seabanks, elevating land levels and other infrastructure development," Sato says.