ship canal

NOUN
  1. a canal large enough for seagoing vessels
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How To Use ship canal In A Sentence

  • In the net lofts along the ship canal they tar their seine twine with paraffin to protect against salt water.
  • In 1903, Panama and the United States signed a treaty by which the United States undertook to construct an interoceanic ship canal across the Isthmus of Panama.
  • He was met with the response that the testator was a mariner at sea (in fact, he was a pilot on the Manchester ship canal). Also Good for Omelets
  • The Bronington, once skippered by Prince Charles, has been moored on the Manchester Ship Canal in Trafford Park for 12 years as a visitor attraction.
  • The huge arc of Barton Bridge glittered against the sky, sweeping the motorway over the dark ribbon of the Manchester Ship Canal. KICK BACK
  • Gulf, her vast agricultural products in the peninsula would find new and augmented markets; while, with the ship canal to Lake Superior, her magnificent iron and copper mines on that immense inland sea, as well as those in Wisconsin, and the splendid pineries and fisheries of both The Continental Monthly, Vol. 4, No. 1, July, 1863 Devoted to Literature and National Policy
  • It's pretty impressive stuff; on the side of Manchester's old ship canal, a huge shard of silver seems to have fallen from the skies and impaled itself into a mass of matt black.
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