Examples of inlet in a Sentence
The coast is dotted with tiny inlets.
went fishing in the quiet inlets of the coast
Recent Examples of inlet from the Web
Lockheed plans to conduct tests on the inlet design in the coming months at its facilities in Fort Worth, Texas.
The Senate has already started advancing a bill (SB 174) by Appropriations Chairman Jack Latvala, R-Clearwater, that would annually earmark $50 million for beach nourishment and inlet-management projects.
Portions of the cowling, or inlet portion, and nearby rotating sections separated from the rest of the engine so violently that the sequence of events was akin to an explosion.
The most recent official count put the inlet's total population at 328 whales, so the observers saw a good portion of how many live in our waters.
Boating beneath the towering double bridge spans of the Narrows was a good lesson in what currents do when a lot of water (filling all the inlets and channels from Olympia northward) constricts through a channel just under a mile wide.
One of the coastal commission’s most controversial projects is reconsideration of the dozen areas most vulnerable to erosion, known as inlet hazard areas.
Without periodic dredging, sand would fill the inlet and close the lagoon for much of the year.
Dating to the 1960s, these salt ponds were created by closing off natural inlets within the shallow, still bay, which, thanks to a high rate of evaporation, is about 50 percent saltier than the open ocean.
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Origin and Etymology of inlet
First Known Use: circa 1576See Words from the same year
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