Atlantic


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Atlantic

1. the short for the Atlantic Ocean
2. of or relating to or bordering the Atlantic Ocean
3. of or relating to Atlas or the Atlas Mountains
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We have flown at a great rate during the day, and we must be more than half way across the Atlantic.
We have crossed the Atlantic - fairly and easily crossed it in a balloon
The inhabitants of the island, and of the fort, thronged out, of course, to see the balloon ; but it was with the greatest difficulty that any one could be made to credit the actual voyage - the crossing of the Atlantic.
Astor should he be able to carry his scheme into effect; but they anticipated a monopoly of the trade beyond the mountains by their establishments in New Caledonia, and were loth to share it with an individual who had already proved a formidable competitor in the Atlantic trade.
The proposition alluded to was the one, already mentioned, for the establishment of an American Fur Company in the Atlantic States.
But the Bremen had two boats out; the Theodore Roosevelt was also dropping boats to where the drift of minute objects struggled, rising and falling on the big, broad Atlantic waves.
The deep impression of helplessly drowning men that Bert had brought from the actual fight in the Atlantic mixed itself up inextricably with that of the lordly figure of Prince Karl Albert gesturing aside the dead body of the Vaterland sailor.
The Germans," the Prince declared, "hadn't crossed the Atlantic to go wool gathering.
For this purpose, they set off with the first appearance of grass on the Atlantic frontier and push with all diligence for the mountains.
7) Bank tellers, salesmen, and carpenters basked in the dazzle of Atlantic City hotels and movie palaces.
Migration and the Origins of the English Atlantic World.
Seen from the approaching freeway, Atlantic City lives up to its celluloid reputation for both glamour and melancholy.