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1A view of an expanse of sea.
landscape, countryside, country, terrain, Topography, setting, surroundings, environmentView synonyms
- ‘The far-flung views offer one of the most superb blends of seascape and mountain possible.’
- ‘Instead, the latter of the two amused himself with taking in the early-morning Island seascape.’
- ‘Some of the protected areas in this seascape are already World Heritage sites.’
- ‘We offer the natural wonders of whales, icebergs and seabirds framed by dramatic seascape, landscape and unique culture.’
- 1.1A picture of a view of an expanse of sea.
- ‘His subjects range from wildlife, landscapes and seascapes, to a wide variety of sporting art ventures.’
- ‘He often concentrated on views of rivers or estuaries with a strong diagonal axis, and also occasionally painted seascapes.’
- ‘All are landscapes or seascapes without figures.’
- ‘At the Met, Paul Signac and his luminous seascapes emerge from Seurat's shadow.’
- ‘Turner's seascapes are never merely paintings of the sea.’
- ‘In the darkened room behind this diorama, a wall-sized video projection showed a seascape of lapping waves.’
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