At first all was confusion and a sea-fight was reduced for a time to a very disorderly and tumultuous affair.
He chose then this counsel, to stay in that place and decide matters there by a sea-fight.
The white cook, who joined the 'Worcester' after the sea-fight, said that the black cook told him the whole story at that time.
When the hunting was over the arena was filled with water, and a sea-fight ensued.
This day, on board the Peacock, they witnessed a sea-fight between a whale and one of its many enemies.
The courage which girls exhibit is like a battle of Lundy's Lane, or a sea-fight.
There were assembled accordingly now many more ships than those which were in the sea-fight at Artemision, and from more cities.
But this sea-fight surprised even me in its savage fierceness.
This stopped the chase, and the next act in the performance would have to be a sea-fight.
For my own part I do not believe that there ever can be a sea-fight.