Examples of ocean in a Sentence
We've sailed across hundreds of miles of ocean.
the Pacific and Indian oceans
Recent Examples of ocean from the Web
Officials are concerned that the ocean will flip large chunks of ice over seawalls and into homes as the storm intensifies.
That also means that as more sea ice melts, there won't be as much sunlight being reflected off the ocean's surface and the water will absorb more heat — contributing to global warming.
There will be more plastic than fish in oceans by 2050, according to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.
During the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, responders were hampered by a lack of information in the deep ocean in the area of BP's Macondo well, the report said.
Chemical pesticides can move through the soil and get into groundwater and the ocean, said Heather Bensen, another Non Toxic Carlsbad member.
Some truly scary creatures lurk within the ocean's depths.
Getting a chance to perform with DNCE would be better than eating cake by the ocean for these diehards.
The researchers analyzed the neighborhood and found that the groundwater — already extremely close to the surface — is rising at the same rate as the ocean a few miles away, leaving water managers stuck pulling off a balancing act.
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Origin and Etymology of ocean
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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