Along the seacoasts, of course, they eat many kinds of fish.
The Leaf-beet is a native of the seacoasts of Spain and Portugal.
The line of march was along the seacoasts that the sea might furnish them provisions through the Flemish and Italian fleets.
Our seacoasts, from their great extent, are more easily annoyed and more easily defended by a naval force than any other.
Icicles hang always on its northern heights; its seacoasts are fringed with mosquitoes.
Sea-kale is a native of the southern shores of Great Britain, and is also abundant on the seacoasts of the south of Europe.
Millions of these plumes have been obtained along our seacoasts and about the interior lakes and marshes.
Images tumbled through his brain: mountains, seacoasts, beaches, beautiful native girls and even a few insane asylums.
The Serbs along the seacoasts were pressed harder and harder by the Austrians and by Albanian bands.
They are always found about water and are very numerous on the seacoasts, where twenty or more may frequently be seen at a time.