She remembered running over the breakwater at Sheerness and finding the boat.
There were boys bathing still from the breakwater of the rocks.
The vessel often drops anchor far from land, in channels having neither wharf nor breakwater.
Yes, but his hand got well the moment the Mayflower was beyond the breakwater.
On the sixth and last day the umpires were obliged to alter the course owing to the heavy sea running outside the breakwater.
Soon so many of them were in that the throng of the breakwater was noticeably smaller.
There was no time to be lost; she did not want any one to find her upon the breakwater, and she would stay there but a moment.
Outside the breakwater, the "Kearsarge" was doing the same thing.
Thus the mamma, looking round a huge groin of breakwater a few yards off.
“We must form a raft to serve as a breakwater,” said Mr Griffiths.