reddish-brown, reddish, brownish-red, castaneous, chestnut, rufous, badeous, ruddy; see also brown.
Part of a sea or lake indenting the shoreline
inlet, gulf, bayou, loch, bight, sound, fiord, firth, frith, estuary, strait, narrows, arm of the sea, mouth, lagoon, cove, anchorage, harbor.
alcove, nook, compartment, bay window; see alcove, recess 3, window 1.
cornered, caught, captured; see trapped.
corner, trap, catch; see ambush.
bellow, howl, cry; see bark 1.
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A long, mournful cry:
To utter or emit a long, mournful, plaintive sound:
A body of water partly enclosed by land but having a wide outlet to the sea:
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