sea water[ see-waw-ter, -wot-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF sea water
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEA WATER
The immense pools in the Phillips were as salt as sea water.
Every moment Madden expected a rush of sea water down the passageway.
It must have taken a certain time to separate the lime from the sea water.
You know the peculiar smell of a cabin which has been wet with sea water.
It is often found in solution in natural waters and in the sea water.
Salt solutions, such as sea water, corrode the metal rapidly.
In which is there less danger of drowning, lake or sea water?
The sea water, percolating through the coral, supplies the basin.
Let bathers think of it next time they swallow a gulp of sea water.
Potatoes are ripping when boiled in sea water and don't need any salt.