estuary[ es-choo-er-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF estuary
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ESTUARY
Over the estuary of the Rhine River Stan met his first flak.
It was raw and damp as we rowed into the estuary at sunrise in search of the seals.
By three o'clock they had left the estuary of the Seine and entered the Channel.
The topsail and jib were spread, and the sloop glided out of the estuary.
It is across this estuary that the lower bridge has been built.
What had been sea at one period had been estuary or lake at another.
That obstacle is the estuary of the Medway, which Rochester guarded and possessed.
Do you see the sand, sea-weed, and shells yonder at the end of the estuary?
We came into the estuary of the Loire and halted, waiting for a pilot.
The estuary which leads from Harwich to the sea is long and tortuous.