Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of whitecap.

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Examples

  • On the black water, the snowy bow wake of the Farley and the ripped combers of the whitecaps were a relief to the eye.

    The Whale Warriors

  • On the black water, the snowy bow wake of the Farley and the ripped combers of the whitecaps were a relief to the eye.

    The Whale Warriors

  • And I told 'em how he went down in the 'Fly Away', and how the lovely ladies -- you remember how we used to call the whitecaps lovely ladies -- fondled him out to sea and on to heaven. "

    The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker

  • Away ', and how the lovely ladies -- you remember how we used to call the whitecaps lovely ladies -- fondled him out to sea and on to heaven. "

    Mrs. Falchion, Complete

  • And I told 'em how he went down in the 'Fly Away', and how the lovely ladies -- you remember how we used to call the whitecaps lovely ladies -- fondled him out to sea and on to heaven. "

    Mrs. Falchion, Volume 2.

  • Arriving on the island, Andy leads us up to a vantage point where we are greeted by cracking views from the cliffs – out over a deep blue sea, where whitecaps flash like smiles in the distance.

    Through the lens: getting close to Welsh wildlife

  • I was beaten and buffeted, smashed under by the great San Pablo whitecaps, and strangled by the hollow tide-rip waves which flung themselves into my eyes, nose, and mouth.

    DEMETRIOS CONTOS

  • There was a dark figure standing at the prow, hands extended in heartsick longing toward the crashing whitecaps.

    Brush of Darkness

  • Anyplace but here, this fragile little tube, reaching and screaming over the whitecaps like a proud, dying thing, trying to leap over one last wave and reach land, any land.

    Confetti Love

  • The whitecaps glistened in the afternoon sunshine.

    Olivia

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