Sargasso Sea

  1. a vast area of the North Atlantic from the West Indies to the Azores that is dense with gulfweed
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How To Use Sargasso Sea In A Sentence

  • The Sargasso sea , a free-floating mass of sea weed mostly S.
  • Whether it's the planet Genesistrine, or the moon, or a vast amorphous region super-jacent to this earth, or an island in the Super-Sargasso Sea, should perhaps be left to the researches of other super -- or extra -- geographers. The Book of the Damned
  • The Sargasso Sea of legend, and its modern equivalent, the Bermuda Triangle, are supposed to be places where things disappear without trace.
  • The elver is the baby freshwater eel that is born in the Sargasso Sea south of Bermuda and drifts over to Europe on the Gulf Stream in the spring. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph
  • Except in the extreme and anomalous calm of the Sargasso Sea, big floating seaweeds would simply be broken to pieces.
  • Australia is actually antipodal to the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, straddling the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and the Tropic of Cancer between the Canary Isles and the Sargasso Sea.
  • It's of great importance to us to accept that large lumps of ice have fallen from the sky, but what we desire most -- perhaps because of our interest in its archaeologic and palaeontologic treasures -- is now to be through with tentativeness and probation, and to take the Super-Sargasso Sea into full acceptance in our more advanced fold of the chosen of this twentieth century. The Book of the Damned
  • Just taking a guess, but with the title I'd guess they're going for something analagous to the Sargasso Sea (with those giant spikes from the sky being the equivalent of the seaweed?). What Is Sargasso Planet?
  • In Wide Sargasso Sea, Jean Rhys, a Caribbean writer, employs a variety of symbols and images, especially the mirror images, to interpret the identity crisis of the heroine.
  • Like the rest of the world's seas, the Sargasso Sea has a population of the subsurface algae called coccoliths as well as planktonic foraminifera.
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