seabed

[see-bed]
noun

Origin:
1830–40; sea + bed

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Example sentences
With the loss of ice, the seabed's natural resources become potentially more obtainable and its bordering nations more interested.
There are a number of possible disposal options, including deep seabed.
Squiggly worm burrows, excavated within a slimy seabed, lace steel-gray limestone.
It's a gravity-based structure which sits on the seabed.
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