sea turn


Also found in: Dictionary.
Related to sea turn: Sea tern

sea turn

[′sē ‚tərn]
(meteorology)
A wind coming from the sea, often bringing mist; the term is limited mainly to the New England section of the United States.
References in periodicals archive ?
As the frozen water that was above the sea turns liquid and flows downhill, it raises the world's sea level.
About Elly" tells the story of a group of Iranian friends whose three-day vacation to the Caspian Sea turns into a disaster as they try to maintain their social customs.
But walk through the edge of the surf to the mouth of the bay, and the wind drops to a whisper, the sea turns flat and you're in a different world.
In Japan, the sea turns to ice, and snow falls over the pyramids in Egypt.
Even though Timothea doesn't remember meeting Colm at the wedding, she is entranced by his wonderfully evocative descriptions of the sea ("The beach isn't pretty, but it is filled with gray stones that the sea turns black,") and reciprocates with details about her life in Liverpool, working for Mr.
In very deep water the blue is absorbed too and the sea turns black.
But what's waiting for them under the murky waters of the Baltic Sea turns out to be much worse than the Russian submarines they're expecting.
But what's waiting for them under the grey waters of the Baltic Sea turns out to be much worse than the Russian submarines they're expecting.
But with the arrival of fall the sea turns into a different place.
Oh sure, the sea turns red and we see plenty of guts and severed limbs.
The Mediterranean has primacy in history and it is almost as though the Europe of the inland sea turns its back on Europe of the ocean until the thirteenth century.
Graphic video footage shows other swimmers racing to the rescue before she disappears underwater and the sea turns red.