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sandbar

noun sand·bar \-ˌbär\

: a raised area of sand with a top that is near or just above the surface of the water in an ocean, lake, or river

Full Definition of SANDBAR

:  a ridge of sand built up by currents especially in a river or in coastal waters

Examples of SANDBAR

  1. We walked out onto the sandbar at low tide.

First Known Use of SANDBAR

1766
SANDBAR Defined for Kids

sandbar

noun sand·bar \ˈsand-ˌbär\

Definition of SANDBAR for Kids

:  a ridge of sand formed in water by tides or currents

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