Ocean synonyms

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(Countable) Something vast.
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The condition of the ocean's surface with regard to its course, flow, swell, or turbulence:
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Neptune's atmosphere consists of hydrogen, helium, ammonia and methane. It appears blue because of the methane in its atmosphere.
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Any water containing dissolved salt; brine
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The seashore.
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Plural form of shore
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Alternative spelling of Davy Jones's locker.
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(Archaic) A rim or edge around a body of water
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anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume
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The seashore is the land right along the ocean.
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Without light; specif., pertaining to that part (aphotic zone) of the ocean below a depth of c. 100 m (c. 328 ft) which does not receive sufficient sunlight for photosynthesis
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anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume
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(Specifically) International waters; parts of the ocean that are not considered to belong to any specific country.
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A nearly level stretch of pebbles and sand beside a sea, lake, etc., often washed by high water; sandy shore; strand
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(Greek mythology) Personification of vast waters or the world ocean. He was the first-born of the Titans, son of Uranus and Gaia, the god Ωκεανός Ποταμός (River Ocean) that encircled the earth. With his sister Tethys fathered all rivers and the Oceanids.
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anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume
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anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume
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anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume
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A small pool of water, especially rainwater.
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anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume
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Of or relating to the region of the ocean bottom between the bathyal and hadal zones, from depths of approximately 2,000 to 6,000 meters (6,500 to 20,000 feet).
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Marine is defined as something related to water or the sea.
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A region between the North Pole and the northern timberlines of North America and Eurasia.
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anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume
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Any of several vast, dark, flat areas visible from the earth on the surface of the moon, Mercury, or Mars
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The definition of a drink is a liquid made for swallowing.
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anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume
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(UK, colloquial) A meal at (taken away from) an Indian restaurant. [from 20th c.]
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Of or pertaining to the parts of the oceans at depths between 1000 and 4000 meters deep.
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Pertaining to the benthos; living on the seafloor, as opposed to floating in the ocean.
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Both benthic and pelagic
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Designating or of the ecological zone (hadal zone) of the ocean floor trenches below c. 19,685 ft (c. 6,000 m)
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Related to the sea or sailing.
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Designating or of the ecological zone (oceanic zone) beyond the neritic zone in the ocean
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Relating to or living in or on oceanic waters. The pelagic zone of the ocean begins at the low tide mark and includes the entire oceanic water column. The pelagic ecosystem is largely dependent on the phytoplankton inhabiting the upper, sunlit regions, where most ocean organisms live. Biodiversity decreases sharply in the unlit zones where water pressure is high, temperatures are cold, and food sources scarce. Pelagic waters are divided, in descending order, into the epipelagic, mesopelagic, bathypelagic, abyssopelagic, and hadopelagic zones .
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Of, or relating to seas and oceans
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Salt water; water saturated or strongly impregnated with salt; a salt-and-water solution for pickling.
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A large pipe or cable providing utility service to a building or area, such as water main or electric main. [from 17th c.]
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Pacific is defined as the ocean off the coast of California.
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Situated or occurring on or beneath the ocean floor
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(Cricket) A fielding position near the boundary.
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Relating to the region of the ocean bottom between the sublittoral and abyssal zones, from depths of approximately 200 to 2,000 m (656 to 6,560 ft).
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(Uncountable) A chemical, found at room temperature and pressure as a clear liquid, having the formula Hâ‚‚O, required by all forms of life on Earth. From a linguistic point of view it can be argued that Hâ‚‚O exists in three states; water is one of them and is by definition liquid. Frozen water is called ice (though there are other frozen compounds known as ice they are given specific descriptions; e.g. dry ice refers to frozen carbon dioxide.) Ice alone refers to frozen water. Water vapor has various names, none of which is water. One can request a glass of water and not expect to receive a glass of ice or container of water vapor.
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