seven seas

plural noun

Definition of seven seas

: all the waters or oceans of the world

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Recent Examples on the Web And even as their return seems unclear — who owns port access is simple and complex, USA Today reporters learned — that isn't stopping some from exploring the seven seas. Arlene Martinez, USA TODAY, "In California: A pandemic declared; DEA agents try to take down violent drug cartel," 12 Mar. 2020 From Kemp’s ridleys no bigger than car tires to leatherbacks that can outweigh polar bears, six of the world’s seven sea turtle species are considered vulnerable, endangered, or critically endangered. Craig Welch, National Geographic, "Sea turtles are surviving—despite us," 20 Sep. 2019 Disney then spent months scouring the seven seas for the right actor. Borys Kit, Billboard, "'Little Mermaid' Live-Action Remake Finds Its Prince Eric in Jonah Hauer-King," 12 Nov. 2019 And now Goop is tackling the seven seas, with an all-new cruise experience launching later this year. Elizabeth Gulino, refinery29.com, "Gwyneth Paltrow Wants To Take You To Sea With A Goop Cruise," 11 Jan. 2020 Of the seven sea turtles found around the globe, six travel through U.S. waters and are therefore protected under the Endangered Species Act. Sarah Gibbens, National Geographic, "13 graceful pictures of rare sea turtles," 12 June 2019 Of the seven sea turtles found around the globe, six travel through U.S. waters and are therefore protected under the Endangered Species Act. Sarah Gibbens, National Geographic, "13 graceful pictures of rare sea turtles," 12 June 2019 Of the seven sea turtles found around the globe, six travel through U.S. waters and are therefore protected under the Endangered Species Act. Sarah Gibbens, National Geographic, "13 graceful pictures of rare sea turtles," 12 June 2019 Of the seven sea turtles found around the globe, six travel through U.S. waters and are therefore protected under the Endangered Species Act. Sarah Gibbens, National Geographic, "13 graceful pictures of rare sea turtles," 12 June 2019

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First Known Use of seven seas

1872, in the meaning defined above

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“Seven seas.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/seven%20seas. Accessed 2 Mar. 2021.

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seven seas

noun

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: all the waters or oceans of the world

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