Ghost Hawk arose like a mist from the estuary salt-marsh on the South Shore where she built her island home.
At 20 years old, Henry waded into an estuary and nearly drowned in an attempt to swim across.
The estuary where religion and politics intersect is constantly changing.
Joseph paused for a few second, staring out across the estuary.
St. Dogmael's Priory, less than two miles from Cardigan, lies upon the left of the estuary.
The topsail and jib were spread, and the sloop glided out of the estuary.
Towards the west it is skirted by a cliff, once washed by the estuary which separated the eastern portions of Norfolk and Suffolk.
It is across this estuary that the lower bridge has been built.
On reaching the estuary at its entrance, a short halt was made.
That obstacle is the estuary of the Medway, which Rochester guarded and possessed.
A wide body of water formed where a large river meets the sea. It contains both fresh and salt water.