Examples of seascape in a Sentence
an artist known for her seascapes
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Traversing the splashy jungles, caves, seascapes, and sci-fi fortresses feels just right, too—no pixel feels wasted; no jump or attack too unwieldy.
The Hirshhorn and the artist go way back: In 2006, the museum was the first to present a career survey of Sugimoto, and still has some of his seascapes on display today.
But juveniles gravitate to inshore waters, especially bays, which offer more protection from predators and a rich seascape of grasses, algae and other foods on which to forage.
In the Gulf's dark depths, coral adds complexity and three-dimensional structure to an otherwise barren seascape.
Groping blindly, European and especially British explorers began trying to map this seascape beginning in the late 1500s – leading to a series of small advances, smattered with setbacks and tragedies, over centuries.
American artists tweaked a landscape or seascape but felt a strong pull toward topographical accuracy.
The walls are hung with watercolors of two-masted schooners, yachts, and seascapes, many of them painted on maps.
Al dente egg noodles, floating like dense bundles of seaweed in a virtual seascape, with plump ground pork-and-shrimp wontons wrapped in translucent skins, the excess dough fluttering in the soup like the tails of fat jellyfish.
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Definition of seascape for English Language Learners
: a picture or painting of the sea
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