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From the highest point or cap of what proved to be a promontory, a wide seascape dotted with bergs was unfolded to the north.
The slowly fading beauty of the seascape soothed what little fever still remained in Hals blood.
CURSEDGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
Beyond the blue of the yet restless waters rose dim mountains tipped with snow, like some Mediterranean seascape.
HUNTINGTOWERJOHN BUCHAN
An unending procession; the grey seascape is never free of their whirling smoke-wreaths.
MERCHANTMEN-AT-ARMSDAVID W. BONE
The fog cleared, and a busy seascape in sight, we shake ourselves together and take heed of appearances.
MERCHANTMEN-AT-ARMSDAVID W. BONE
Another was a seascape painter of renown both in England and the United States.
SUBMARINE WARFARE OF TO-DAYCHARLES W. DOMVILLE-FIFE
I trust that the waters are doing you as much good as exercise, camp, and seascape are doing me.
Instead, he adorned the Paris salon with a large seascape showing penguins in the foreground.
We steamed for two weeks between a landscape and a seascape that afforded constant diversion.
IN THE FOOTPRINTS OF THE PADRESCHARLES WARREN STODDARD
The only blemish on the seascape was a troop of bergs, six in number, out yonder to starboard.

WORDS RELATED TO SEASCAPE

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