sand bar

NOUN
  1. a bar of sand
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How To Use sand bar In A Sentence

  • The weather is now fine, and their labor diversified, when there is no wind, by pole, the oars, or cordelle, which is little more than a promenade along the sand bars. Brackenridge's Journal of a Voyage up The Missouri River, in 1811
  • An incoming tide, sand bars and breeze is a lethal combination for such people of little swimming ability. Times, Sunday Times
  • As the sun rose it caught the shadows of a thousand bare footprints in the dust.
  • On the outside I am fine but the inside a thing of the past all the memories and all the thoughts jumbled and disappearing fast vast open areas and forgotten dunes sand bars and suction holes all hiding and ready to take a life not knowing the person just ready and vicious waiting for the right time to strike to take a precious soul from beneath their feet only to plenish themselves hiosun Diary Entry
  • Behind the cuspate sand bar is a low-tide lagoon, which is completely submerged during high tide.
  • The other is a mosaic of sand barrens and woodland and in this case, poor soil has probably slowed succession.
  • Over the fast blue waters of the Harrison we blasted up the river, skimming the surface at high speed, skipping lightly over submerged sand bars.
  • The sand bars quickly become coral, which grows mountainous as the sea floor drops further and further into a deeper, darker blue. Times, Sunday Times
  • The port developed around a large tidal lagoon protected by a sand bar.
  • A riptide occurs when water at high tide gets pooled behind reefs or sand bars so when the sea goes out again, the trapped water has to find a channel through which to escape the pool. OpEdNews
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