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A part of the northern Atlantic Ocean between the West Indies and the Azores. The relatively calm sea is noted for the abundance of gulfweed floating on its surface.
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(Placename) a calm area of the N Atlantic, between the Caribbean and the Azores, where there is an abundance of floating seaweed of the genus Sargassum
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Sar•gas′so Sea′(sɑrˈgæs oʊ)
a relatively calm area of water in the N Atlantic, NE of the West Indies: central part covered with sargassum.
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|Noun||1.||Sargasso Sea - a vast area of the North Atlantic from the West Indies to the Azores that is dense with gulfweed|
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