Part of speech:
Living solely or chiefly in or on the water:
Of or relating to the seas or oceans
Resembling an ocean in expanse; vast:
Of, relating to, or characteristic of ships, shipping, sailors, or navigation on a body of water.
Of or relating to marine shipping or navigation.
On or near the banks of a river; riparian
Made or used for ocean voyages.
Having a navy:
A colorless, odorless compound of hydrogen and oxygen. Water covers about three-quarters of the Earth's surface in solid form (ice) and liquid form, and is prevalent in the lower atmosphere in its gaseous form, water vapor. Water is an unusually good solvent for a large variety of substances, and is an essential component of all organisms, being necessary for most biological processes. Unlike most substances, water is less dense as ice than in liquid form; thus, ice floats on liquid water. Water freezes at 0°C (32°F) and boils at 100°C (212°F). Chemical formula: H2O.
Of bays, gulfs, etc. and inland seas, as distinguished from the ocean
Situated away from the sea; inland.
Of, connected with, or for use at sea
Living or growing in or along the edges of lakes.
Relating to a system of inland, nontidal wetlands characterized by the presence of trees, shrubs, and emergent vegetation (vegetation that is rooted below water but grows above the surface). Palustrine wetlands range from permanently saturated or flooded land (as in marshes, swamps, and lake shores) to land that is wet only seasonally (as in vernal pools).
a member of the United States Marine Corps
Like or characteristic of a competent seaman; showing seamanship
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