[ UK /sˈiːbɔːn/ ]
[ US /ˈsiˌbɔɹn/ ]
  1. conveyed by sea
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How To Use seaborne In A Sentence

  • After the group's paradrop of the 82nd Airborne Division June 6, 1944, over St. Mere Eglise, France, in advance of the D-Day seaborne invasion, the 442nd saw action in the skies over Italy, southern France and Holland.
  • Demand for steel and iron ore is being driven by rapid industrialization in Asia, particularly in China, and the remote Pilbara region in Western Australia state accounts for roughly 40% of the world's seaborne supplies of iron ore. Fortescue's 'Twiggy' Retires as CEO
  • Now known to history as D-Day, Operation Overlord, the greatest seaborne invasion in history, began the long-awaited invasion of Europe.
  • BHP, the world's largest supplier of seaborne hard coking coal through a joint venture with Japan's Mitsubishi Corp., said the clause remains in place for the majority of its products from the region and is likely to impact output, sales and costs for the remainder of the calendar year. BHP's Iron Ore Output Rises, But Floods Hit Coal
  • In the fifteenth century, the Portuguese inaugurated the Age of Discovery and for three centuries built and expanded a seaborne empire.
  • Rendered crisp and brittle, this delicacy can have all the fun of seaborne cracklings.
  • Each aircraft carrier sustains a gigantic seaborne staff of six thousand men, with close to six hundred officers. NIMITZ CLASS
  • They were passports to wealth and power, all of which could be revealed to you in the safety of your study, without your ever needing to experience the danger and tedium of seaborne travel.
  • A raiding fleet might ravage the docks, if it could strike with numbers enough, but no seaborne force could breach those walls so long as the defenders had strength to man them, and the landward fortifications were even more imposing.
  • Two British girls, Francesca Stephenson and Ruth Seaborne, also claimed morale-boosting victories. Wimbledon 2011: British youngster Liam Broady a man in demand
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