white water

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The white water was rolling and crashing on the beach, and the body was gone.

From Dunaff to Malin the coast was one long waste of white water.

There was a lift of our loggish bows, a blinding crash of white water about us.

She also sat alone in the stern, also staring down at the white water.

The shell in a very few seconds was in the midst of white water.

A chaos of white water, rendered ghostly and grey by darkness.

Look how the waves are lashing the cliff; and mark the white water beyond!

The tide was making fast, and they could see nothing but white water.

Even when the sun set they had still not reached the termination of white water.

Of all the rivermen, the bravest figure was that of Henri of the White Water.