He sniffed the east wind, its wild smell of sea-wrack and approaching rain.
Some sea-horses cling by their tails to gulfweed or sea-wrack.
Flowers, feathers and silk remnants were flowing like sea-wrack into every room.
The cats thrummed by the fires, and the smell of the sea-wrack came in beside them.
These little crustaceans exist in countless numbers under the masses of sea-wrack on the beach.
It was low tide in the two bays, and the town was smelling less of peat-reek than of sea-wrack and saltness.
It exposed to view all its shingles, with a prairie of sea-wrack as far as the edge of the waves.
The surf, too, was much discolored with sea-wrack and the nameless rubbish it is always turning over and over.
A name for the sea-wrack (Zostera marina); it is thrown ashore by the sea in large quantities.
The sea-wrack was banked up in the darkness behind, and between two stones at the mouth there were the remains of a recent fire.