Thesaurus / sandbank

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When I arrived I found that she was stuck on a sandbank one hundred miles down the river.

An African AdventureIsaac F. Marcosson

On we flew, crossing one sandbank on the summit of a curling wave that broke with a sound of thunder on the next bank.

The right cotton-shrub grows here also, but not on the sandbank.

Quicksand, sandbank so saturated with water that it gives way under pressure; found near the mouths of rivers.

The Nuttall EncyclopaediaEdited by Rev. James Wood

With this terrific threat the boy strode away, leaving her to watch the storm alone in the lee of the sandbank.

Whosoever Shall OffendF. Marion Crawford

He must have been so angry on the sandbank—so brave an officer!

The AdmiralDouglas Sladen

This large beast was lying upon a sandbank on the opposite margin of the river, close to a bed of rushes.

In the centre of this was a sandbank just below the surface.

Every turn away from this—either to the right or left—would immediately run us into the sandbank.

Toward evening they took the small boat and rowed out to the sandbank which they called Needle Islet.

Cord and CreeseJames de Mille

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