foam mark

foam mark

[′fōm ‚märk]
(geology)
A surface sedimentary structure comprising a pattern of barely visible ridges and hollows formed where wind-driven sea foam passes over a surface of wet sand.
References in classic literature ?
The woman's hand was upon his shoulder; she pointed seaward to where a hissing line of white foam marked the spot where the topmost of the rocks were visible.
A ferocious splurge of foam marked our entry to paradise and moments later we were ushered on to a wooden jetty like extras from the opening sequence of Herg's Adventures Of Tin Tin.
A ferocious splurge of foam marked our entry to paradise and moments later we had arrived at the six-star Kanuhura Sun Resort and Spa.