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But the shore was protected by a double line of reefs, so close in that the channel between did not show a whitecap.
INTO THE PRIMITIVEROBERT AMES BENNET
In a wave without a whitecap the water returns to practically the original point after completing a circle beneath the surface.
CLIMATIC CHANGESELLSWORTH HUNTINGTON
A big whitecap broke just beyond, washing over the barge and leaving the Alma half swamped.
THE FAITH OF MENJACK LONDON
It was a calm, clear day without even a single whitecap to mar the blue perfection of the sea.
THE PIRATES OF SHANHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
And d'ye think I didn't see Mr. Whitecap going down, afore ye thought o' a row yerself?
GWEN WYNNMAYNE REID
He is a yard above the surface when a big whitecap jumps up at him and frightens him.
WOOD FOLK AT SCHOOLWILLIAM J. LONG
He is too near the water now; the glare and the dancing waves bother him; he loses his gleam of silver in the flash of a whitecap.
WOOD FOLK AT SCHOOLWILLIAM J. LONG
A whitecap foamed above it and broke across in a snow-white smother.
THE SEA-WOLFJACK LONDON
But the journey was a jubilant one, and they welcomed the first gleaming of Whitecap pond with whoops of delight.
THE RIVAL CAMPERS ASHORERUEL PERLEY SMITH

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