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Adriatic Sea an extension of the Mediterranean between Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia.
Aegean Sea an extension of the Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey.
Arabian Sea an extension of the Indian Ocean between India and the Arabian Peninsula.
at sea on the ocean waters. [2 definitions]
Baltic Sea a sea between Sweden on the west and Poland and the Baltic States on the east.
Bering Sea a northern extension of the Pacific Ocean between Russia and Alaska, north of the Aleutian Islands.
Black Sea a sea that lies between Europe and Asia. It is surrounded by Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Turkey, Bulgaria, and Romania.
Bohai Sea a gulf on the northeast coast of China that is part of the Yellow Sea.
Caribbean Sea an extension of the Atlantic bordered by the West Indies and Central and South America.
Caspian Sea a large inland sea surrounded by Iran, Azerbaijan, Russia, Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan.
China Sea see East China Sea, South China Sea.
Dead Sea a large salt lake between the countries of Israel and Jordan. The Dead Sea lies at about 1300 feet below sea level, which makes it the lowest known place on the surface of the earth.
Dead Sea Scrolls scrolls dating from about 100 B.C. to 70 A.D. that were found in caves above the Dead Sea, and that contain scriptural and other writings of a Jewish religious community.
deep-sea associated with or occurring in the deeper parts of the sea; deepwater.
East China Sea an extension of the North Pacific between China, Korea, and Japan.
Mediterranean Sea a large sea connected to the Atlantic Ocean. It is bordered by Europe on the north, Asia on the east, and Africa on the south.
North Sea a sea that is part of the Atlantic Ocean. It lies between Great Britain, Scandinavia, and the north coast of the European mainland.
open sea that expanse of an ocean away from any coastlines; high seas.
Red Sea a part of the Indian Ocean. It lies between the Arabian Peninsula and East Africa. The Suez Canal connects it to the Mediterranean Sea.
sea anchor a large canvas-covered, often conical frame that is let out as a float or drag to prevent a ship from drifting off course or to keep it headed into the wind.