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sea power

noun
1.
naval strength.
2.
a nation that possesses formidable naval power.
Origin
1840-1850
1840-50
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  • We have recently committed ourselves by covenants with the other great nations to a limitation of our sea power.
  • True twenty-first century sea power will be wielded by the submarine.
  • We are light years ahead of both of these countries in air power, sea power, and land power.
  • As a result, the country was in the process of changing from a continental land power into a sea power.
  • The renewable industry-- solar, wind and now sea power--has to be put in remote areas.
  • Military air and sea power can deliver equipment to where needed.
  • Defeating the pirates, however, took more than sea power.
British Dictionary definitions for sea power

sea power

noun
1.
a nation that possesses great naval strength
2.
the naval strength of a country or nation
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