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driftwood

wood floating on or washed ashore by the sea or other body of water
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I got out amongst the driftwood, and then laid down in the bottom of the canoe and let her float.
I went up and set down on a log at the head of the island, and looked out on the big river and the black driftwood and away over to the town, three mile away, where there was three or four lights twinkling.
Then there will be huts to build and driftwood to gather.
If you'd like some driftwood for your fire, Mistress Blythe, I'll bring you up a load some day.
Anne never forgot the delight with which she listened to those old tales that moonlit evening by that enchanted driftwood fire, while the silver sea called to them through the open window and sobbed against the rocks below them.
Long ago, it is said, my people dwelt across the waters upon that other land; but the wild beasts devoured them in such numbers that finally they were driven here, paddling across upon logs and driftwood, nor has any dared return since, because of the frightful creatures which dwell in that horrid country.
Tellurian and its wholly owned subsidiary Driftwood provided an update on its upstream acquisition and financing strategy.
The huge object, which appears to have worm-like creatures wriggling out of it, is believed to be a huge piece of driftwood carpeted in a rare type of barnacle.
The crafty bunch from Stockton Riverside College put their handy skills to good use, producing driftwood sculptures.
This gas project includes the acquisition of competitive gas production in the US to the delivery of LNG to international markets from the Driftwood LNG terminal.
is pleased to announce the 2016 diamond drilling program is more than 50% complete at the Company's flagship Driftwood Creek magnesium deposit (Driftwood).
The bloated remains were found at the Driftwood Beach in Barangay (village) Barretto at 4 a.