morglawdd, forglawdd, dorddwr, dorddyfroedd, forgloddiau, morgloddiau, nhorddwr, nhorddyfroedd, torddwr, torddyfroedd, thorddwr, thorddyfroedd
Noun(1) a protective structure of stone or concrete; extends from shore into the water to prevent a beach from washing away
(1) Out on the breakwater , fishermen wave to us as we roll by, and I wave back.(2) A fisherman was pulled to safety by quick acting fellow anglers on the harbour breakwater last night after a freak wave swept him and two others into the sea.(3) Zack was throughly impressed by the waves crashing on the breakwater , but was disappointed at the paucity of good skipping stones.(4) These were solid stone, with an artificial breakwater surrounding the harbour.(5) A few yards away, the ocean waves slam against the breakwater .(6) Somewhere out of my sight in the darkness, waves crashed against the breakwater .(7) The creation of a marina breakwater for Kirkwall Harbour has taken another step forward with the job now out to tender.(8) On Sunday August 3rd a memorial to those victims was unveiled and blessed on the western breakwater in Dingle harbour.(9) The 1.1-acre site has access to a small bathing area and harbour enclosed by a concrete pier and a breakwater .(10) The breakwater tamed the waves and provided a safe bathing area.(11) South of the palace is the breakwater guarding the Royal Harbour.(12) Big conger inhabit a number of environments, including deep water rock marks, harbours, jetties, piers, breakwaters and the odd sandy beach!(13) The harbor was a deep bite out of the city, probably a river mouth, protected by stone breakwaters at the mouth to the west.(14) He also calls for construction of new offshore breakwaters to dampen the waves' energy before they reach the shoreline, but some environmentalists say this tactic has only made matters worse in other situations.(15) The installation of groynes, breakwaters , or protective sea walls has knock-on effects on the natural circulation of water and sediment in the near-shore environment.(16) During migration and winter, they inhabit rocky coasts, reefs, jetties, and breakwaters .
(1) break water :: dŵr egwyl
1. sea wall ::
2. jetty ::
3. barrier ::
4. mole ::
5. bulwark ::
6. groin ::
7. pier ::
8. fin ::
Different Formsbreakwater, breakwaters
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