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sea glass

n.
1. Glass that has been discarded at sea or the seashore, broken into pieces, and smoothed by the erosive action of sand and water, often used in making jewelry.
2. Glass that has been mechanically processed to resemble sea glass. In both senses also called beach glass.
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