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Synonyms for sea-coast

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It is 15 miles long, and in one part 7 broad and descends to the sea-coast.
The position of the glaciers at this place and in the Gulf of Penas may be put even in a more striking point of view, for they descend to the sea-coast within 7.
Lastly, some missionaries attempting to penetrate a long arm of the sea, would behold the not lofty surrounding mountains, sending down their many grand icy streams to the sea-coast, and their progress in the boats would be checked by the innumerable floating icebergs, some small and some great; and this would have occurred on our twenty- second of June, and where the Lake of Geneva is now spread out
The worthy Obed tells us, that in the early times of the whale fishery, ere ships were regularly launched in pursuit of the game, the people of that island erected lofty spars along the sea-coast, to which the look-outs ascended by means of nailed cleats, something as fowls go upstairs in a hen-house.
It is good to wander along lines of sea-coast, when formed of moderately hard rocks, and mark the process of degradation.
His mother had been the ruler of a small semi-independent state on the sea-coast at the head of the Gulf of Boni.
on Saturday above the coastal area off al-Naqoura in the South, circled over Beirut and its suburbs and sea-coast, and then left at 0:45 a.
situated between the sea and a State having no sea-coast shall by common agreement with the latter and in conformity with existing
Attacks on people in the sea-coast city of Mombassa has forced tens of thousands of inhabitants to flee the area.