And swiftly, by way of the leak which that admission made in the sea-wall of his courage, rushed in an ocean of depression.
But the people succeeded in reaching the sea-wall—I saved them all!
The present sea-wall was built between 1835 and 1842, by the United States, at an expense of one hundred thousand dollars.
When they reached the top of the sea-wall the cause of the excitement was apparent.
The party walked west along the sea-wall and proceeded in single file up a steep path to the highest part of the promontory.
They hurried the bidarka across the sea-wall to the open water of the bay.
Behind this "sea-wall," many yards in extent, were the excavations made by the treasure hunters after Captain Kidd's hidden money.
If he had met Cheever he would have picked him up and flung him over the sea-wall.
She smelled them and sat down in her place facing the sea-wall.
The others also left the ramparts, and started homeward, following the sea-wall.