Synonyms for sea wall

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He started off along the sea wall toward the sound of the surf.

The sea wall should be divided into five sections of three miles each.

He left them to it; and went for a stroll down the sea wall.

She ran over to the sea wall and down the wooden steps on to the beach.

As of old, sir, by the forts on either side and a rampart along the sea wall.

He threw his half- smoked cigarette over the sea wall on to the sand, and with morose 67 eyes, watched it consume away.

This is called the sea wall, and its smooth top, four feet wide, is a favorite promenade.

The starlight gleamed from the blade of his long knife as he stole his way round the cases which formed the sea wall of the cabin.

That sea wall is low and long; sea-pinks grow on the salt grass that passes away into shingle at its foot.

Every afternoon we walk down on the sea wall and watch the preparations going on for a long siege.