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
Of the three species of merganser common to our area, the red-breasted merganser (Mergus serrator) makes the most use of saltwater environs and can frequently be found in the open ocean as well as in bays and inlets.
In this file photo from November 2017, the new concrete Pea Island Interim Bridge parallels the temporary metal truss bridge that was built to carry N.C. 12 over a new inlet on Hatteras Island created by Hurricane Irene in 2011.
The rain should have been sufficient to flush the cyanide out of any stormwater inlet, authorities said, leading the agency to determine it had been diluted and washed out.
Identified improvement needs include: regrade roadside ditches, replace/upsize 24-inch to 36-inch storm sewers and culverts and replace/upsize existing inlets.
Another mile-long stretch from the inlet to the Deerfield Beach border got 134,000 cubic yards of sand.
There is some trout activity near the inlet or at the dam later in the day.
The bay inlet occupied by the East Harbor Marina is still known as Gashouse Cove.
Andre Bittas, director of planning, engineering and permits, said work on the Palisades tunnel will include inspecting and cleaning and repairing drainage inlets and sidewalks.
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Origin and Etymology of inlet
First Known Use: circa 1576See Words from the same year
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