Examples of sandbar in a Sentence
We walked out onto the sandbar at low tide.
Recent Examples of sandbar from the Web
Officers will be monitoring popular boat ramps, sandbars, and islands.
How many species are there? 18, including some baby epaulette sharks, a speckled sandbar named Angus, and a school of all-female blacktip reef sharks.
Victor Albert Wiggins and three other people were on a boat near a sandbar in the lake around 2:15 a.m., when Wiggins either fell in the lake or jumped, police said.
Barrier island beaches such as those at Ocean City naturally slope gradually into the ocean, with sandbars just off shore, ideally creating relatively shallow and calm waters closest to land.
Cruz had been trying to push a grounded boat from a sandbar, WPLG-Ch.
One of the Eagle River teens, Tatum J. Bertholl, reported being stranded on a sandbar near where Eska Creek empties into the Matanuska, according to an online troopers dispatch posted Tuesday.
Homes are painted in bright colors and beaches offer stretches of sandbars.
Proponents call it the Second Feminist Wave, the first having ebbed after the glorious victory of suffrage and disappeared, finally, into the sandbar of Togetherness.
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SANDBAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sandbar for English Language Learners
: 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
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