open sea

noun
the main body of a sea or ocean, especially the part that is outside territorial waters and not enclosed, or partially enclosed, by land.
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Example sentences
Abandoning a ship in the open sea is the last thing a captain would order and a
  sailor would do.
In the open sea, they are an almost undetectable swell, often barely inches
  high.
And lastly of course, there's being out in the open sea, out of sight of land.
The giant red machine is named after the serpent, one of the few known to
  thrive in the open sea.
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