Long sea

a sea characterized by the uniform and steady motion of long and extensive waves.

See also: Sea

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Nothing is so easy as falling in love on a long sea voyage, except falling out of love.
Had there been a steady breeze it would not have been so bad, but the Ghost was rolling emptily in a long sea, and with each roll the canvas flapped and boomed and the halyards slacked and jerked taut.
"And what, Telemachus, has led you to take this long sea voyage to Lacedaemon?
I drew no great comfort from their company, to say the least of it; while the prospect of making a long sea passage with those two fellows was depress ing.
"The stoppage would, in particular, inflict heavy avoidable economic losses for the poor in Pakistan, as the goods would now have to take the long sea route through Iran or Dubai.
Their trunks were used as ballast for cargoes during long sea journeys in the 19th century.
From Bahrain, the projects which gained regional recognition was Madinat Salman Sewage Treatment Works, Long Sea Outfall & Irrigation Network which received received the GCC Water Project of the Year, GCC Engineering Project of the Year and the Sustainability Medal (sponsored by China State Construction).
Another multiple winner, the Madinat Salman Sewage Treatment Works, Long Sea Outfall & Irrigation Network Project by Stantec Khonji won top honours in the Engineering Project of the Year, Sustainability Medal and Water Project of the Year categories.
He said the NGO endangered migrants' lives by taking them on a long sea journey to Italy, rather than a nearer port in Tunisia.
"The new 550m bridge will also connect Al Saya with the Bahrain Financial Harbour area, and has a 150m long opening for vessel movement along with a 40m wide and 10m long sea access."
He said the two districts had around 350 kilometers long sea front where the sea intrusion had been continuously destroying cultivable land and the people instead of taking advantages of the coast were being harmed by the sea.