breakwater[ breyk-waw-ter, -wot-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF breakwater
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BREAKWATER
There were boys bathing still from the breakwater of the rocks.
That bravado gave impetus to the pointed insolence on the Breakwater.
Yes, but his hand got well the moment the Mayflower was beyond the Breakwater.
As for doubling the Breakwater, he had given up hope of that!
Soon so many of them were in that the throng of the Breakwater was noticeably smaller.
At three she struck on the sand close to the breakwater—not 300 yards from the rocks.
It has stood as a breakwater between the corporations and the people.
Outside the breakwater, the "Kearsarge" was doing the same thing.
Head down, he walked along the beach as far as the breakwater.
Joe Doane sat out on the breakwater and laughed at the joke on Joe Cadara.