sea

(redirected from going to sea)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • noun
  • adj
  • phrase

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

References in periodicals archive ?
I used to think, them poor fellas, all going to sea with bad coughs.
He did two more trips and then decided he wasn't going to sea any more.
Braunston Marina has sponsored several people from the Rugby area in going to sea each year.
For several years now the Braunston Boat Show has sponsored one or two local students and young police officers in going to sea each year with the trust, encouraging the dev-elopment of their personal and social skills in this unique and challenging environment.
Nude cruising isn't merely streakers going to sea, though.
Anyone going to sea in a craft should have at least lifejackets, flares and a marine VHF radio, and know how to use that equipment.
The RNLI has issued a warning on the importance of boats going to sea with the correct equipment
THE majority of fishing boats based in a heroin-ravaged Scots port are going to sea with at least one junkie on board.
A DOCTOR has claimed Scots fishermen are going to sea out of their heads on heroin and risking the lives of their crews.
Last year, Dr Wisely called for random drug testing of fishermen going to sea "out of their heads on heroin" and risking lives.
It is believed that he had enough of going to sea and asked for a land- based job so he could see more of his daughters and ex-wife Fergie and play golf.