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seashell the shell of an ocean mollusk, esp. one that has washed up on the shore.
seashore land that borders on the ocean.
seasick suffering from seasickness.
seasickness stomach upset and other discomfort caused by the rolling motion of a boat or ship.
seaside land that borders on the ocean; seashore. [2 definitions]
sea snake any of several poisonous tropical marine snakes that have finlike tails.
season one of the four distinct periods of the year; spring, summer, fall, or winter. [8 definitions]
seasonable typical of or suitable to the time of year. [2 definitions]
seasonal of, characteristic of, or dependent on the seasons or a season of the year; periodical.
seasoned enhanced in flavor by the addition of salt, herbs, spices, or other flavorings. [3 definitions]
seasoning that which is added to food to improve the flavor, such as salt, an herb, or spice. [2 definitions]
seasonless combined form of season.
season ticket a ticket or set of tickets, paid for in advance, that can be used at any time during a specific period, as for highway tolls, museum visits, concerts, or athletic events.
sea squirt a sea animal that has a saclike body enclosed by a thick tunic and that squirts water when it is disturbed; ascidian.
seat an object for sitting on, such as a chair or bench. [9 definitions]
seat belt a safety strap or harness, attached to airplane and automobile seats, that fastens across the waist or over the shoulder as protection against sudden stops or collision; safety belt.
-seater a vehicle, airplane, or the like, having (so many) seats.
seating the act of providing or furnishing with seats. [2 definitions]
seatmate a person sharing the same seat or seating row, as on a passenger plane or train.
seat-of-the-pants (informal) of the act of operating an aircraft, done without the guidance of instruments. [2 definitions]
seatrain a ship for transporting a train or railroad cars across a body of water.