Definitions

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  • adj. bounded by the sea

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Bounded by the sea.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Bounded by the sea.
  • On the way to or bound for the sea.

Etymologies

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sea +‎ bound

Examples

  • Cramond, however, could answer almost no questions regarding the drilling side of the operation, insisting his responsibility was largely to determine whether the vessel was able to remain seabound.

    Gulf Oil Spill Investigators Focus On Who Knew What, And When

  • Nor will the film's stunning seabound opening section.

    Amistad's Struggle

  • Some types of social control, which may have worked well enough in tight, narrow seabound colonies, were strained to the breaking point after 1800.

    A History of American Law

  • A pair of storm-driven nightingales had now found the island and mated there; their wonderful notes thrilled even the souls of the natives; and as dusk fell upon the seabound strip of land the women and children would come to “the square” and listen to the evening notes of the birds of golden song.

    An Introduction of Two Persons

  • A pair of storm-driven nightingales had now found the island and mated there; their wonderful notes thrilled even the souls of the natives; and as dusk fell upon the seabound strip of land the women and children would come to “the square” and listen to the evening notes of the birds of golden song.

    A Dutch Boy Fifty Years After

  • A pair of storm-driven nightingales had now found the island and mated there; their wonderful notes thrilled even the souls of the natives; and as dusk fell upon the seabound strip of land the women and children would come to "the square" and listen to the evening notes of the birds of golden song.

    A Dutch Boy Fifty Years After

  • There are many of these crosses hereabout; they are set up on the most advanced cliffs of the seabound land, as if to implore mercy and to calm that restless mysterious power that draws men away, never to give them back, and in preference retains the bravest and noblest.

    An Iceland Fisherman

  • Based in Dam Neck, Va., SEAL Team 6 was developed to be a maritime-focused hostage-rescue force - the seabound counterpart to the Army's 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment Delta.

    The Seattle Times

  • Geffriaud, whose team included an anthropologist taking stock of the seabound residue of modern civilisation.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Whether these are the same gang of seabound jihadists who carried out these attacks, their actions are reprehensible and should be dealt with severely, though the hostages certainly do need to be considered.

    Tel-Chai Nation

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