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See definition of most maritime on Dictionary.com
  • adj.concerning the sea
  • adj.nautical

synonyms for most maritime

  • Neptunian
  • abyssal
  • aquatic
  • coastal
  • deep-sea
  • hydrographic
  • littoral
  • maritime
  • natatorial
  • nautical
  • naval
  • navigational
  • oceangoing
  • oceanic
  • oceanographic
  • of the sea
  • pelagic
  • saltwater
  • sea
  • seafaring
  • seagoing
  • seashore
  • seaside
  • shore
  • aquatic
  • naval
  • seafaring
  • marine
  • oceanic
  • pelagic
  • seagoing
  • oceangoing
  • deep-sea
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How to use most maritime in a sentence

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The result has been the saving of vast amounts of maritime property, estimated at many millions of dollars yearly.
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It was moved that the King should be requested to place the direction of maritime affairs in other hands.
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There would be a maritime war; and such a war Scotland had no means of carrying on.
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In a few seconds we heard his voice reverberating from side to side of the Boulevard Maritime.
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He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
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It comprises two distinct zones, a maritime zone and an inland zone.
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The great number and magnitude of their colonies and cities are proofs of their maritime skill and power.
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The war was almost over, although privateers still endangered maritime commerce.
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