Associations to the word «Sea»


SEA, noun. (countable) (uncountable) A large body of salty water. (Major seas are known as oceans.)
SEA, noun. (figuratively) A large number or quantity; a vast amount.
SEA, noun. A heavy wave.
SEA, noun. (planetology) A large, dark plain of rock; a mare.
SEA, noun. (planetology) A very large lake of liquid hydrocarbon
SEA, abbreviation. Southeast Asia
SEA ACORN, noun. An acorn barnacle (Balanus).
SEA ACORNS, noun. Plural of sea acorn
SEA ADDER, noun. The European fifteen-spined stickleback (Gasterosteus spinachia, now Spinachia spinachia).
SEA ADDER, noun. The European tanglefish, or pipefish (Syngnathus acus).
SEA ADDERS, noun. Plural of sea adder
SEA ANCHOR, noun. (nautical) A parachute-like device designed to slow down the speed of a drifting ship or boat.
SEA ANCHORS, noun. Plural of sea anchor
SEA ANEMONE, noun. Any of many polyps, of the order Actiniaria, which occurs in marine and estuarine habitats, and which captures its food using tentacles
SEA ANEMONES, noun. Plural of sea anemone
SEA ANGEL, noun. Any of a group of small swimming sea slugs.
SEA ANGELS, noun. Plural of sea angel
SEA APPLE, noun. A round, colourful sea cucumber of the genera Paracucumaria and Paracolochirus, found primarily in Indo-Pacific waters.
SEA APPLE, noun. The fruit of a West Indian palm (Manicaria plukenetii ⇒ ) Manicaria saccifera, often found floating in the sea.
SEA APPLES, noun. Plural of sea apple
SEA ARROW, noun. A squid of the genus Ommastrephes.
SEA ARROWS, noun. Plural of sea arrow
SEA BASS, noun. Any of various species of saltwater fish in various families, or a specimen thereof, many in family Serranidae.
SEA BASSES, noun. Plural of sea bass
SEA BAT, noun. Batfish
SEA BATS, noun. Plural of sea bat
SEA BEAN, noun. A drift seed, a drift fruit.
SEA BEAN, noun. Salicornia, glasswort, when considered as food.
SEA BEANS, noun. Plural of sea bean
SEA BEAR, noun. A polar bear, Ursus maritimus
SEA BEAR, noun. (obsolete) Any of a number of pinnipeds, but mostly fur seals, and especially the northern fur seal, Callorhinus ursinus
SEA BEARS, noun. Plural of sea bear
SEA BED, noun. Alternative spelling of seabed
SEA BEDS, noun. Plural of sea bed
SEA BIRD, noun. Alternative spelling of seabird
SEA BIRDS, noun. Plural of sea bird
SEA BISCUIT, noun. Cake urchin
SEA BLITE, noun. A plant (Suaeda maritima) of the goosefoot family, found in salt marshes.
SEA BLITES, noun. Plural of sea blite
SEA BLUBBER, noun. A large jellyfish, Cyanea capillata.
SEA BOY, noun. (archaic) A boy employed on a ship.
SEA BOYS, noun. Plural of sea boy
SEA BREAD, noun. (archaic) Synonym of hardtack.
SEA BREAM, noun. Any of several species of marine fish of the families Sparidae or Bramidae found in Atlantic waters.
SEA BREAMS, noun. Plural of sea bream
SEA BREEZE, noun. A breeze that blows off the sea on to the near by land.
SEA BRIEF, noun. A sea letter.
SEA BRIEFS, noun. Plural of sea brief
SEA BUCKTHORN, noun. A deciduous shrub of the genus Hippophae.
SEA BUG, noun. (zoology) A chiton.
SEA BUGS, noun. Plural of sea bug
SEA BUTTERFLIES, noun. Plural of sea butterfly
SEA BUTTERFLY, noun. A pteropod.
SEA CABBAGE, noun. Sea kale
SEA CABBAGES, noun. Plural of sea cabbage
SEA CALF, noun. (obsolete) The common seal, Phoca vitulina.
SEA CAMPION, noun. A flowering plant, Silene maritima.
SEA CANARIES, noun. Plural of sea canary
SEA CANARY, noun. The beluga, or white whale.
SEA CARD, noun. A mariner's card, or compass.
SEA CARDS, noun. Plural of sea card
SEA CHANGE, noun. (idiomatic) A profound transformation.
SEA CHANGES, noun. Plural of sea change
SEA CHANTY, noun. Alternative spelling of sea shanty
SEA CHERVIL, noun. Alcyonidium diaphanum, a bryozoan found in the North Atlantic ocean.
SEA CLAM, noun. The Atlantic surf clam, Spisula solidissima.
SEA CLAMS, noun. Plural of sea clam
SEA COAL, noun. (obsolete) (UK) (South of England) mineral coal (brought by sea), distinguished from charcoal (which was then brought by land)
SEA COB, noun. The black-backed gull.
SEA COBS, noun. Plural of sea cob
SEA COCK, noun. (nautical) Alternative form of seacock
SEA COCK, noun. The black-bellied plover.
SEA COCK, noun. A gurnard, such as the European red gurnard (Trigla pini).
SEA COCONUT, noun. Coco-de-mer
SEA COLANDER, noun. A large blackish seaweed (Agarum turneri) with perforated fronds.
SEA COLANDERS, noun. Plural of sea colander
SEA COLEWORT, noun. Sea cabbage
SEA COLEWORTS, noun. Plural of sea colewort
SEA COOT, noun. A scoter.
SEA COOTS, noun. Plural of sea coot
SEA COW, noun. Any of several marine mammals of the order Sirenia, including the manatee and dugong.
SEA COWS, noun. Plural of sea cow
SEA CROW, noun. The chough.
SEA CROW, noun. The cormorant.
SEA CROW, noun. The blackheaded pewit, and other gulls.
SEA CROW, noun. The skua.
SEA CROW, noun. The razorbill.
SEA CROW, noun. The coot.
SEA CROWS, noun. Plural of sea crow
SEA CUCUMBER, noun. An echinoderm of the class Holothuroidea, with an elongated body and leathery skin.
SEA CUCUMBERS, noun. Plural of sea cucumber
SEA DACE, noun. The European seabass.
SEA DACES, noun. Plural of sea dace
SEA DAFFODIL, noun. Pancratium maritimum, a coastal plant.
SEA DAFFODILS, noun. Plural of sea daffodil
SEA DAY, noun. A day on which a cruise ship remains at sea all day (i.e. passengers cannot leave the ship).
SEA DEVIL, noun. Any very large ray, especially any species of the genus Manta or Cephaloptera.
SEA DEVIL, noun. Any large cephalopod.
SEA DEVIL, noun. The angler fish, Lophius piscatorius.
SEA DEVILS, noun. Plural of sea devil
SEA DOG, noun. Alternative spelling of seadog
SEA DOGS, noun. Plural of sea dog
SEA DOVE, noun. A bird, the little auk.
SEA DOVES, noun. Plural of sea dove
SEA DRAGON, noun. Either of two fish:
SEA DRAGON, noun. Leafy sea dragon (Phycodurus eques)
SEA DRAGON, noun. Weedy sea dragon (Phyllopteryx taeniolatus)
SEA DRAGONS, noun. Plural of sea dragon
SEA DRAKE, noun. The pewit gull.
SEA DRAKES, noun. Plural of sea drake
SEA DUCK, noun. Alternative spelling of seaduck
SEA DUCKS, noun. Plural of sea duck
SEA EAGLE, noun. An eagle with a distinctive white tail; specifically, the white-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla).
SEA EAGLE, noun. A genus of eagles (genus Haliaeetus).
SEA EAGLES, noun. Plural of sea eagle
SEA ELEPHANT, noun. The elephant seal
SEA FAN, noun. Any gorgonian which branches in a fan-like form, especially Gorgonia flabellum of Florida and the West Indies.
SEA FANS, noun. Plural of sea fan
SEA FEATHER, noun. Any gorgonian that branches in a plume-like form.
SEA FEATHERS, noun. Plural of sea feather
SEA FENNEL, noun. Samphire
SEA FIR, noun. A sertularian hydroid, especially Sertularia abietina, which branches like a miniature fir tree.
SEA FIRS, noun. Plural of sea fir
SEA FRET, noun. (British) A fog that comes from the sea
SEA GEESE, noun. Plural of sea goose
SEA GHERKIN, noun. Any small holothurian resembling in form a gherkin.
SEA GINGER, noun. Millepora alcicornis, a coral with a calcareous skeleton.
SEA GIRDLES, noun. A kind of kelp (Laminaria digitata) with palmately cleft fronds.
SEA GOOSE, noun. A phalarope.
SEA GOWN, noun. A gown or frock with short sleeves, formerly worn by mariners.
SEA GOWNS, noun. Plural of sea gown
SEA GRAPE, noun. A small tree, Coccoloba uvifera, that grows on sandy beaches in tropical America; it has clusters of purple fruit.
SEA GRAPE, noun. The gulfweed.
SEA GRAPE, noun. The clusters of gelatinous egg capsules of a squid (Loligo).
SEA GRAPES, noun. Plural of sea grape
SEA GREEN, noun. A blue-green colour, mostly green.
SEA GREEN, adjective. Of a blue-green colour, mostly green.
SEA GUDGEON, noun. The European black goby (Gobius niger).
SEA GUDGEONS, noun. Plural of sea gudgeon
SEA HARE, noun. Any member of the genus Aplysia of the family Aplysiidae, large marine gastropod molluscs with a soft internal shell made of protein.
SEA HEATH, noun. A low perennial plant (Frankenia laevis) resembling heath, growing along the seashore in Europe.
SEA HEATHS, noun. Plural of sea heath
SEA HEDGEHOG, noun. (archaic) sea urchin
SEA HEDGEHOGS, noun. Plural of sea hedgehog
SEA HEN, noun. Any of various seabirds, especially the common guillemot.
SEA HENS, noun. Plural of sea hen
SEA HOG, noun. (archaic) The porpoise.
SEA HOGS, noun. Plural of sea hog
SEA HOLLY, noun. The plant Eryngium maritimum.
SEA HOLLY, noun. More generally, any of several species of plants in the genus Eryngium.
SEA HOLLY, noun. The plant Acanthus ebracteatus
SEA HOLM, noun. Sea holly
SEA HOLM, noun. A small uninhabited island.
SEA HOLMS, noun. Plural of sea holm
SEA HORSE, noun. Any of various small marine fish of the genus Hippocampus that have a horselike head and swim upright.
SEA HORSE, noun. The walrus.
SEA HORSES, noun. Plural of sea horse
SEA HULVER, noun. Sea holly
SEA ICE, noun. Frozen seawater; pack ice
SEA IVORIES, noun. Plural of sea ivory
SEA IVORY, noun. Ramalina siliquosa, a species of lichen.
SEA JELLIES, noun. Plural of sea jelly
SEA JELLY, noun. A medusa, or jellyfish.
SEA KALE, noun. Crambe maritima, a halophytic perennial plant that grows wild along the coasts of Europe.
SEA KING, noun. (historical) One of the Norse leaders who roved the seas in search of plunder and adventures; a Norse pirate chief.
SEA KINGS, noun. Plural of sea king
SEA LAMPREY, noun. A parasitic lamprey found in Europe and North America, Petromyzon marinus.
SEA LAMPREYS, noun. Plural of sea lamprey
SEA LANE, noun. (nautical) A regularly used route for ocean-going vessels.
SEA LANES, noun. Plural of sea lane
SEA LARK, noun. The rock pipit (Anthus petrosus).
SEA LARK, noun. Any of several small sandpipers and plovers, such as the ringed plover, the turnstone, the dunlin, and the sanderling.
SEA LARKS, noun. Plural of sea lark
SEA LAVENDER, noun. A plant in the genus Limonium.
SEA LAWYER, noun. (nautical) (slang) A shark.
SEA LAWYERS, noun. Plural of sea lawyer
SEA LEGS, noun. (idiomatic) The ability, when walking aboard a ship, to anticipate the motion of the deck so as to walk steadily without losing balance.
SEA LEGS, noun. (idiomatic) The ability to travel by ship without becoming seasick.
SEA LEGS, noun. (chiefly US) Alternative term for surimi
SEA LEMON, noun. Any of several species of nudibranchiate mollusks of the family Dorididae, having a smooth, thick, convex yellow body.
SEA LEMON, noun. Ximenia americana, a tree of Australia.
SEA LEMONS, noun. Plural of sea lemon
SEA LEOPARD, noun. Any of several species of spotted seals, all in family Phocidae.
SEA LEOPARD, noun. Hydrurga leptonyx, of the Antarctic Ocean
SEA LEOPARD, noun. Leptonychotes weddellii, of the Antarctic.
SEA LEOPARD, noun. The harbor seal, Phoca vitulina.
SEA LEOPARDS, noun. Plural of sea leopard
SEA LETTER, noun. The customary certificate of national character which neutral merchant vessels are bound to carry in time of war; a passport for a vessel and cargo.
SEA LETTERS, noun. Plural of sea letter
SEA LETTUCE, noun. Any of several edible seaweeds of the genus Ulva.
SEA LETTUCE, noun. Similar seaweed species of other genera:
SEA LETTUCE, noun. Monostroma, also known as the slender sea lettuce, a genus of algae.
SEA LETTUCE, noun. Scaevola taccada, also known as the beach cabbage, a terrestrial flowering plant species that is native to coastal regions of the Indo-Pacific.
SEA LETTUCE, noun. Dudleya caespitosa, also known as the sand lettuce, a terrestrial flowering plant species that is endemic to coastal areas of California
SEA LETTUCES, noun. Plural of sea lettuce
SEA LEVEL, noun. The nominal height of the surface of the oceans above which heights of geographical features and aircraft flight levels are measured.
SEA LEVELS, noun. Plural of sea level
SEA LICE, noun. Plural of sea louse
SEA LILIES, noun. Plural of sea lily
SEA LILY, noun. Any of several stalked crinoids, which use the stalk to fix themselves in the bottom of the sea.
SEA LION, noun. A marine mammal of any of several genera in the family Otariidae.
SEA LIONS, noun. Plural of sea lion
SEA LOACH, noun. A fish, the three-bearded rockling.
SEA LOACHES, noun. Plural of sea loach
SEA LOUSE, noun. A copepod within the order Siphonostomatoida; a kind of marine ectoparasite that feeds on the mucus, epidermal tissue and blood of fishes.
SEA MARK, noun. Alternative spelling of seamark
SEA MAT, noun. Any bryozoan of the genus Flustra or allied genera which form frond-like corals.
SEA MATS, noun. Plural of sea mat
SEA MICE, noun. Plural of sea mouse
SEA MILE, noun. A nautical mile
SEA MONK, noun. Monk seal
SEA MONKS, noun. Plural of sea monk
SEA MONSTER, noun. (mythology) A large and aggressive creature living in or under the sea that attacks ships.
SEA MONSTERS, noun. Plural of sea monster
SEA MOSS, noun. Any branched marine bryozoan resembling moss.
SEA MOSSES, noun. Plural of sea moss
SEA MOUSE, noun. A marine polychaete worm (genus Aphrodita) with the body covered in a dense mat of setae.
SEA MOUSE, noun. The dunlin.
SEA MOUTH, noun. That part of a river, estuary or lagoon which broadens out as it meets the sea
SEA MUD, noun. A rich slimy deposit in salt marshes and along the seashore, sometimes used as a manure.
SEA NEEDLE, noun. The garfish.
SEA NEEDLES, noun. Plural of sea needle
SEA NETTLE, noun. A jellyfish, or medusa.
SEA NETTLES, noun. Plural of sea nettle
SEA OATS, noun. Any species of oat-like grasses that can tolerant salty and alkaline conditions.
SEA OATS, noun. Uniola paniculata, native to the Gulf and southeastern coasts of the United States.
SEA OATS, noun. Similar-looking species, such as Chasmanthium latifolium
SEA OF AZOF, proper noun. Obsolete form of Sea of Azov.
SEA OF AZOFF, proper noun. Obsolete form of Sea of Azov.
SEA OF AZOV, proper noun. A very shallow sea bounded by Russia, Ukraine, and the Crimean peninsula, linked to the Black Sea by the Strait of Kerch.
SEA OF GALILEE, proper noun. A lake in northern Israel, located about fifteen miles northeast of the ancient city of Nazareth.
SEA OF JAPAN, proper noun. A body of water between Japan and the Asian continent.
SEA OF MARMARA, proper noun. A deep inland sea in north-western Turkey connecting the Black Sea to the Aegean Sea via the straits of Bosphorus and Dardanelles.
SEA OF OKHOTSK, proper noun. A sea between the Kamchatka Peninsula on the east, the Kuril Islands on the southeast, the island of Hokkaidō to the far south, the island of Sakhalin along the west, and a long stretch of eastern Siberian coast along the west and north.
SEA ONION, noun. Drimia maritima, the sea squill.
SEA ONIONS, noun. Plural of sea onion
SEA ORANGE, noun. A large American holothurian (Lophothuria fabricii) with a bright orange convex body covered with finely granulated scales.
SEA ORANGES, noun. Plural of sea orange
SEA OTTER, noun. A marine mammal native to the northern Pacific Ocean, Enhydra lutris
SEA OTTER'S CABBAGE, noun. Nereocystis luetkeana, a kind of very large bed-forming kelp of the north Pacific in which the sea otter makes its home.
SEA OTTERS, noun. Plural of sea otter
SEA PARROT, noun. Alternative spelling of sea-parrot
SEA PARROTS, noun. Plural of sea parrot
SEA PARTRIDGE, noun. The gilthead (Symphodus melops), a fish of the British coasts.
SEA PARTRIDGES, noun. Plural of sea partridge
SEA PASS, noun. A document formerly carried by neutral merchant vessels in wartime to show their nationality.
SEA PASSES, noun. Plural of sea pass
SEA PEACH, noun. (zoology) An American ascidian (Halocynthia pyriformis), resembling a ripe peach in size, colour, and velvety surface.
SEA PEACHES, noun. Plural of sea peach
SEA PEAR, noun. A pedunculated ascidian of the genus Boltonia.
SEA PEARS, noun. Plural of sea pear
SEA PEN, noun. A colonial marine cnidarian of the order Pennatulacea.
SEA PENS, noun. Plural of sea pen
SEA PEOPLES, proper noun. A confederacy of seafaring raiders of unknown nationality, who invaded the eastern Mediterranean at the end of the Bronze Age.
SEA PERCH, noun. Any of various species of saltwater fish in various families, or a specimen thereof, many species in the genus Sebastes.
SEA PHEASANT, noun. The pintail duck.
SEA PHEASANTS, noun. Plural of sea pheasant
SEA PIE, noun. A dish of crust or pastry with meat or fish, etc., cooked together in alternate layers, once a common food of sailors.
SEA PIE, noun. (archaic) Any of several black or pied coastal wading birds in the genus Haematopus that have a long red or orange bill and feed on shellfish.
SEA PIECE, noun. (archaic) marine painting; a painting depicting the sea and often also sea-going vessels
SEA PIES, noun. Plural of sea pie
SEA PIG, noun. A porpoise or dolphin.
SEA PIG, noun. A dugong.
SEA PIGEON, noun. The common guillemot.
SEA PIGEONS, noun. Plural of sea pigeon
SEA PIGS, noun. Plural of sea pig
SEA PIKE, noun. The garfish.
SEA PIKE, noun. A large serranoid food fish (Centropomus undecimalis) found on both coasts of America; the robalo.
SEA PIKE, noun. The merluce.
SEA PIKES, noun. Plural of sea pike
SEA PINK, noun. Any of various plants in the genus Armeria; a thrift.
SEA PINK, noun. The flowering plant Sabatia stellaris.
SEA PINKS, noun. Plural of sea pink
SEA POPPIES, noun. Plural of sea poppy
SEA POPPY, noun. The horned poppy (Glaucium).
SEA PORCUPINE, noun. Any fish, of the genus Diodon and allied genera, whose body is covered with spines.
SEA PORCUPINES, noun. Plural of sea porcupine
SEA PORK, noun. (zoology) An American compound ascidian (Amoraecium stellatum) which forms large whitish masses resembling salt pork.
SEA PUDDING, noun. (UK) (dialect) Any large holothurian.
SEA PUDDINGS, noun. Plural of sea pudding
SEA PURSE, noun. Alternative form of sea-purse
SEA PUSS, noun. A dangerous seaward current:
SEA PUSS, noun. A strong seaward current, a riptide or undertow, especially as results when a sandbar formed by waves suddenly gives way, and which is dangerous to swimmers.
SEA PUSS, noun. A dangerous longshore current; a rip current caused by return flow.
SEA PUSS, noun. A channel through which a seaward current flows:
SEA PUSS, noun. The (flowing) channel which results when a cut is deliberately made by humans in a barrier beach which separates a bay from an ocean, so as to control the water level in the bay (which affects water mills) and its salinity (which affects shellfish).
SEA PUSS, noun. The submerged channel or inlet through a bar caused (naturally) by a longshore rip current.
SEA PUSS, noun. Alternative form of sea-purse
SEA PYE, noun. Alternative form of sea pie (the bird)
SEA PYES, noun. Plural of sea pye
SEA RAT, noun. A fish, the chimaera.
SEA RAT, noun. (obsolete) A pirate.
SEA RATS, noun. Plural of sea rat
SEA RAVEN, noun. An American cottoid fish, Hemitripterus americanus, allied to the sculpins.
SEA RAVEN, noun. The cormorant.
SEA RAVENS, noun. Plural of sea raven
SEA ROOM, noun. The space at sea necessary to manoeuvre a ship.
SEA ROVER, noun. (British) (colloquial) (archaic) A herring.
SEA ROVER, noun. (literally) One who roams about the ocean much of the time.
SEA ROVER, noun. A pirate, buccaneer or privateer; an ocean-going marauder.
SEA SALT, noun. Salt prepared by evaporating sea water.
SEA SALTS, noun. Plural of sea salt
SEA SAWDUST, noun. Marine blue-green algae (cyanobacteria, actually brown coloured) of the genus Trichodesmium.
SEA SCOOTER, noun. An item of diving equipment used by scuba divers to increase their range while underwater.
SEA SCOOTERS, noun. Plural of sea scooter
SEA SCORPION, noun. A European sculpin, Cottus scorpius, having the head armed with short spines.
SEA SCORPION, noun. The eurypteroid.
SEA SCORPIONS, noun. Plural of sea scorpion
SEA SCURF, noun. (zoology) Any bryozoan which forms rounded or irregular patches of coral on stones, seaweeds, etc.
SEA SCURFS, noun. Plural of sea scurf
SEA SERPENT, noun. Any unidentified sea monster, especially one resembling a snake or dragon.
SEA SERPENTS, noun. Plural of sea serpent
SEA SHANTIES, noun. Plural of sea shanty
SEA SHANTY, noun. (dated) (nautical) (music) A work song that sailors sang in rhythm to their movement
SEA SILK, noun. An extremely fine, rare and valuable fabric produced from the long silky filaments or byssus excreted by several molluscs (particularly Pinna nobilis) by which they attach themselves to the sea bed.
SEA SLATER, noun. Ligia oceanica, a littoral woodlouse.
SEA SLATERS, noun. Plural of sea slater
SEA SLUG, noun. Any of several marine opisthobranch gastropod mollusks of the Nudibranchia
SEA SNAIL, noun. Any saltwater snail; a marine gastropod mollusk.
SEA SNAKE, noun. Any of several snakes, of the subfamily Hydrophiinae, that live in the waters of the Pacific and Indian Oceans.
SEA SNIPE, noun. A sandpiper, as the knot and dunlin.
SEA SNIPE, noun. The bellowsfish.
SEA SNIPES, noun. Plural of sea snipe
SEA SPIDER, noun. Any arthropod in the taxonomic class Pycnogonida.
SEA SPIDER, noun. Any marine animal whose appearance suggests a spider.
SEA SPIDERS, noun. Plural of sea spider
SEA SPONGE, noun. Sponge (animal)
SEA SQUIRT, noun. Any sessile tunicate, of the class Ascidiacea, which squirts water from two openings when touched; they are filter feeders
SEA STAR, noun. A starfish.
SEA STARS, noun. Plural of sea star
SEA SWALLOW, noun. (UK) The common tern.
SEA THONGS, noun. A kind of blackish seaweed (Himanthalia elongata) found on the northern coasts of the Atlantic, with a thong-like forking process rising from a top-shaped base.
SEA TITLING, noun. A bird, the rock pipit.
SEA TOAD, noun. Sculpin
SEA TOAD, noun. Toadfish
SEA TOAD, noun. Anglerfish
SEA TOADS, noun. Plural of sea toad
SEA TRIAL, noun. Testing of watercrafts
SEA TRIALS, noun. Plural of sea trial
SEA TROUT, noun. A fish of the species Salmo trutta morpha trutta, closely related to salmon and a subspecies of brown trout. It is lighter in colour than the brown trout, and lives in salt water, returning to fresh water only to spawn.
SEA TRUMPET, noun. A large blackish seaweed Ecklonia buccinalis, of the Southern Ocean, having a hollow and expanding stem and a pinnate frond.
SEA TRUMPET, noun. Any large marine univalve shell of the genus Triton.
SEA TRUMPETS, noun. Plural of sea trumpet
SEA TURN, noun. A breeze, gale, or mist from the sea.
SEA TURNS, noun. Plural of sea turn
SEA TURTLE, noun. Any turtle that inhabits oceans.
SEA TURTLES, noun. Plural of sea turtle
SEA UNICORN, noun. The narwhal.
SEA UNICORNS, noun. Plural of sea unicorn
SEA URCHIN, noun. Any of many marine echinoderms, of the class Echinoidea, commonly found in shallow water, having a complex chewing structure named Aristotle's lantern.
SEA URCHINS, noun. Plural of sea urchin
SEA VEGETABLE, noun. Any edible seaweed, such as agar.
SEA VEGETABLES, noun. Plural of sea vegetable
SEA WALL, noun. Alternative spelling of seawall
SEA WASP, noun. Any of several marine stinging box jellyfish found in north east Australia and South East Asia, some deadly, especially Chironex fleckeri, Carukia barnesi, and Malo kingi.
SEA WASPS, noun. Plural of sea wasp
SEA WATER, noun. Alternative form of seawater
SEA WHIP CORAL, noun. Any of a group of cnidarians, of the order Alcyonacea ( <= Gorgonacea), that form flexible colonies with few branches
SEA WILLOW, noun. A gorgonian coral with long flexible branches.
SEA WILLOWS, noun. Plural of sea willow
SEA WOLF, noun. Alternative spelling of seawolf

Dictionary definition

SEA, noun. A division of an ocean or a large body of salt water partially enclosed by land.
SEA, noun. Anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume.
SEA, noun. Turbulent water with swells of considerable size; "heavy seas".

Wise words

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