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sea·scape

 (sē′skāp′)
n.
A view or picture of the sea.
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seascape

(ˈsiːˌskeɪp)
n
a sketch, picture, etc, of the sea
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sea•scape

(ˈsiˌskeɪp)

n.
1. a sketch, painting, or photograph of the sea.
2. a view of the sea.
[1790–1800]
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seascape

a view or representation of the sea or seashore, especially in a painting, photograph, etc.
See also: Representation
a view or representation of the sea, especially in a painting, photograph, etc.
See also: Sea
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.seascape - a view of the seaseascape - a view of the sea      
scenery - the appearance of a place
2.seascape - a painting of the sea (as distinguished from a landscape)
painting, picture - graphic art consisting of an artistic composition made by applying paints to a surface; "a small painting by Picasso"; "he bought the painting as an investment"; "his pictures hang in the Louvre"
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seascape

[ˈsiːskeɪp] N (Art) → paisaje m marino
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seascape

[ˈsiːskeɪp] nmarine fSea Scout nscout m marinsea shanty nchanson f de marins
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seascape

[ˈsiːˌskeɪp] n (Art) → paesaggio marino
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References in classic literature ?
Before me, across the wide sea, the weird, horizonless seascape folded gently upward to meet the sky until it lost itself to view in the azure depths of distance far above the level of my eyes.
I want, for instance, to be there to-morrow morning, and the next morning, and the morning afterwards, to finish a little seascape I have commenced.
Almost the whole frontage was of gilt plaster and figured glass, and between that grey seascape and the grey, witch-like trees, its gimcrack quality had something spectral in its melancholy.
Behind us lay the broad inland sea, curving upward in the horizonless distance to merge into the blue of the sky, so that for all the world it looked as though the sea lapped back to arch completely over us and disappear beyond the distant mountains at our backs--the weird and uncanny aspect of the seascapes of Pellucidar balk description.
The lightly-raced Seascape is the one to be with in the Betway Heed Your Hunch Fillies' Handicap.
They monitored a number of fishing vessels conducting various activities within the bay, which is a declared protected seascape.
632, or the "Northern Antique Protected Seascape and Landscape Act of 2019".
Seascape Village is giving freedom-loving Filipinos the best reasons to celebrate Independence Day!
A more upscale yet readily accessible seafood market with a wide array of restaurants, Seascape Village also offers the most diverse and freshest seafood-from shellfish and tuna, to groupers and imported crabs and lobsters-at prices that will surely fit everyone's taste and budget!
Jane Stapley, 15, opted for the seascape by Pauline Soltysiak.
Nater's Bank Seascape is a 30 sq m installation made of stone, ceramic tiles and concrete, set into the side of a steep bank between Tyne Street and Union Quay.