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[see-skeyp] /ˈsiˌskeɪp/
a sketch, painting, or photograph of the sea.
a view of the sea.
Origin of seascape
1790-1800; sea + -scape, modeled on landscape Unabridged
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Examples from the web for seascape
  • Opponents say a unique landscape or seascape is being overshadowed, to the detriment of tourists and residents alike.
  • When action lulled, he would scan the seascape for clues to better spots.
  • It offers them everywhere and brings their wild powers together in a fusion of seascape and landscape overflowing with life.
  • We used a golf cart to explore surrounding woods and seascape.
  • Until recently, the forbidding nature of the vast icy seascape has prevented all but a few bold explorers from traveling here.
  • Within these systems are five underlying components that describe different aspects of the seascape.
  • The sea seascape suggests maritime activities and service.
  • His selection of works emphasizes the landscape and seascape more than any other subject matter.
  • In a matter of hours, a parched and baking landscape shifts to a seascape where frigid and unforgiving waves take control.
  • Numerous benches en route invite hikers to sit and contemplate the inspiring seascape.
British Dictionary definitions for seascape


a sketch, picture, etc, of the sea
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