Examples of sandbar in a Sentence
We walked out onto the sandbar at low tide.
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Literally, in the case of clothes: houndstooth suiting sliced up the sleeve; trench coats with bare backs; column dresses sliced into horizontal bands and connected by sandbars of fabric wound with yarn, like an evening archipelago.
Refuel on the go as the leisurely summer current conveys your boat, or sidle up to any old sandbar at lunchtime.
The western Caribbean isles have picture-perfect stretches of sand (like Seven Mile Beach), unique attractions (like Stingray City, where visitors can wade onto a sandbar and encounter the rays) and a host of venue options.
That pushes southbound ships onto a 12-mile sandbar, Diamond Shoals, where hundreds or thousands of ships have wrecked over the centuries.
Some sandbars have tripled in size, according to a summary of his research provided for the American Geophysical Union, where Xu presented his findings in December.
Local boat captains said sandbars often shift in the channel where the couple's boat capsized.
And the sandbars near and around The Exumas are absolutely incredible.
But then a sandbar formed, sealing off the lake again, and the landscape stabilized.
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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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