inlet[ noun in-let, -lit; verb in-let, in-let ]SEE DEFINITION OF inlet
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INLET
There had been a storm, and a good many vessels had run into the inlet for shelter.
Meantime the weather had cleared, and all the vessels but one had gone from the inlet.
The same night that Maynard came into the inlet a wedding was held on the shore.
The boat is slowly entering the inlet, but has to struggle with a head-tide.
She stood on the shore by the inlet, she saw the boat coming in from the open sea.
Once more he raised the glass to his eye and gazed toward the inlet of the atoll.
It was of Alice that every crag and cliff, every bay and inlet spoke.
By two of the afternoon we were running into the inlet of Rio Medio.
He was reefed close and was making for the inlet, up Bay End way.
There is going to be an inlet all right, some day, over on the dunes!