[ UK /sˈændbæŋk/ ]
  1. a submerged bank of sand near a shore or in a river; can be exposed at low tide
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How To Use sandbank In A Sentence

  • The reason is the same - the cold Benguela Current, from the southwest, which sweeps shoals inshore and boats onto sandbanks.
  • The second frogman waddled towards the farther side of the sandbank -- THE LAST RAVEN
  • Our boat got caught on a sandbank as we returned home.
  • Scientists believe it ran aground on the estuary's treacherous sandbanks and capsized with 50 or 60 hands on deck.
  • And when ‘idiots’ came driving by in 4-wheel drives, the waves they created could splash into the home but for the sandbanks he laid in front of the door.
  • The Portland Race is caused by the meeting of the tides between the Bill and the Shambles sandbank about 3 miles SE.
  • Midday I ferried from Gourock to Dunoon to join a high speed, powerboat ride based at Holy Loch Marina, in Sandbank, near Dunoon. Lea Lane: Seaplanes, Bikes And City Life In Scotland
  • The deep channel often had a strong current but we still persevered (maybe a little recklessly) and swam out to the sandbanks to join the seals who basked there.
  • The remains of the boat have been submerged in a sandbank in the Princes Channel area of the estuary, 15 miles from Shoebury, since the 1570s.
  • Here you'll find a sandbank protected by coral reefs where the water is only about three feet deep and the legend has it that this is where Josephine came to bathe. Karen Schaler: Martinique: French Flair Caribbean Style (PHOTOS)
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