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Synonyms for sea

Synonyms for sea

a division of an ocean or a large body of salt water partially enclosed by land

anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume

turbulent water with swells of considerable size

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The man was given "extensive" safety advice by the coastguard and told to seek Llandudno powerboat training before attempting to go to sea again.
senior enlisted women to go to sea and take leadership positions.
Catchphrase: ``Just when you thought it was safe to go to Sea World.
Dutch poet whose romanticism led him to go to sea as a ship's doctor and whose pessimistic poetry reflects his subsequent disillusionment.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Dynamic 9 Orbit 10 Incas 11 Masseur 12 Ado 13 Emigrant 16 Set piece 17 Gym 19 Go to sea 21 Baron 22 Occur 23 Elegant DOWN: 1 Admiral 2 Anecdote 3 Imps 4 Conserve 5 Able 6 Start 8 Commiserate 13 Exposure 14 Nigerian 15 Amenity 18 Egg on 20 Tick 21 Boer QUICKIE ACROSS: 1 Stick insect 8 Fee 9 Ore 11 Lenient 12 Ad-lib 13 Opt 14 Too 15 Unearth 17 Sag 19 Obey 21 Area 23 Orgy 25 Robe 27 Elk 29 Pageant 31 Arc 34 Rye 36 Corgi 37 Own goal 38 Two 39 Art 40 Springboard DOWN: 1 Seep 2 Tent 3 Cleanse 4 In-tray 5 Slant 6 Colt 7 Trio 8 Floss 10 Ebony 16 Hog 18 Gab 20 Bye 22 Rep 24 Run into 25 React 26 Belong 28 Knelt 30 Alibi 32 Rows 33 Crop 34 Roar 35 Yard
Aa In particular, it calls upon fishermen not to go to sea until they check the weather stability.
The holds are full of fish at last, They turn back to the shore, Tonight will be a great big feast, They go to sea no more.
Our message this year is when you go to sea this summer keep the litter under control.
The fishermen say that they didn't go to sea all of yesterday as a sign of respect to a "well-loved" colleague.
The pounds 3,200 raised from the pounds 1 admission charge is expected to be bumped up to pounds 4,000 and split between the St Oswald's Hospice Appeal and the Ocean Youth Trust, which gives young people aged 14 to 24 the chance to go to sea.
Shirley persuaded Paul to give up his plans to go to sea and return to his trade as a joiner.
Ransome's many other works include Swallows and Amazons (1931), Pigeon Post (1936), We Didn't Mean to Go to Sea (1937), Missee Lee (1941), and Mainly About Fishing (1959).
Members get to go to sea, learn to sail and do adventure training.
Sam said: "Our lifeboats often go to sea when others are heading for the safety of the harbour so it is essential we learn how to look after ourselves as well the skills required to carry out the job of saving lives at sea.
But it is feared they may only be allowed to go to sea for four days a fortnight.