Goodwin Sands

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Goodwin Sands

(ˈɡʊdwɪn)
pl n
(Placename) a dangerous stretch of shoals at the entrance to the Strait of Dover: separated from the E coast of Kent by the Downs roadstead

Good′win Sands′

(ˈgʊd wɪn)
n.
a line of shoals at the N entrance to the Strait of Dover, off the SE coast of England. 10 mi. (16 km) long.
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The Dornier Do 17 plane was discovered under 60ft of water at Godwin Sands in the English Channel, off the coast of Kent.