How To Use Waterline In A Sentence

  • The battleships were loaded down with so much fuel, food, and ammunition that armored belts and decks were below the waterline.
  • The Nonsuch is no typical catboat below the waterline, and if you are familiar with the considerable weather helm common to most Cape Cod catboats, you will be pleasantly surprised.
  • Workers are now removing the 'chunam' or quick lime, which had been applied to the hull below the waterline to keep it watertight during the voyage. Khaleej Times : UAE News
  • Her double hull and heavy sealed compartments along the waterline make her easily the most survivable warship in Naval history. NIMITZ CLASS
  • The river, still carrying debris from recent rains, has dropped eight feet; I can see the old waterline on the trees.
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  • Trimmings - the rails, scuppers and waterline - were painted black, in counterpoint to the polished metal of brass fixtures.
  • As the world struggles to emerge from the economic near-collapse, one sub-group in the United States has slid below the waterline in record numbers: formerly middle-class women.
  • When we reached the beach at last, Trevor threw his bicycle to the ground and rushed to the waterline with his bag of bread. MY BABYSITTER HAS FANGS
  • For a more dramatic look, Margaret emphasises the eyes with a dark brown eyeliner across the waterline and above the top lash line.
  • The forward part of the ship below the waterline was a complete casualty. Nuke Zone
  • Two torpedoes struck below the waterline.
  • Mr. Valdez beams a spotlight along the waterline into the black. Take Me to the River
  • But cheap Asian competition for this type of vessel has holed it below the waterline.
  • She is so low In the water as to afford no target for an enemy, and everything and everybody is below the waterline with the exception of the persons working the guns, who are protected by the shotproof turret. The American Iron-Clad Vessels
  • As the world struggles to emerge from the economic near-collapse, one sub-group in the United States has slid below the waterline in record numbers: formerly middle-class women.
  • What lies below the waterline is a much larger group who are sadly not facing up to their debt problems. Epolitix News
  • They were framed from naturally curved oak and planked with very thin oak strakes, clinker-built above the waterline and carvel-built below to reduce drag and increase speed. Champlain's Dream
  • We would slide into the water and spend our 30-40 minutes, and when we came up what greeted us was a wall of snowy rock, fissured glaciers flowing to the waterline and huge towers of ice that sometimes collapsed before our eyes.
  • For three generations she remained on view until finally she either rotted away or burned to the waterline. INCA GOLD
  • She stood, shucked her breeches then slipped into the steaming water, her fur floating out in a ruff at the waterline.
  • This attack only managed to hole her above the waterline and set her alight.
  • Tell him to put at least two shells through the waterline so she sinks quick. CORMORANT
  • They were framed from naturally curved oak and planked with very thin oak strakes, clinker-built above the waterline and carvel-built below to reduce drag and increase speed. Champlain's Dream
  • Run a flesh-tone eyeliner along your lower waterline.
  • This eliminated paddle wheels and allowed machinery to be located well within the ship and below the waterline, making it less vulnerable and freeing topside space for guns.
  • There are vertical walls with jagged buttresses, sweeping canyons, arches, narrow gullies and fissures in the rock that develop into caves at the waterline.
  • The sloop's rudder had dislodged, leaving a gaping hole below the waterline that could not be closed.
  • The only reason they're thought to have survived the French bombardment was because they'd been built below the waterline. CODE BREAKER
  • The grounding tore a hole in her hull below the waterline, flooding several compartments, but no one was injured.
  • Trace a V-shape at the inner corner of your eye, continuing the line beneath your waterline along your lower lashline.
  • The range was so close that the Japs could not depress their guns enough to fire at the waterline, which is why so many hits landed on the bridge and two of our admirals were killed. The Story of World War II
  • Below the waterline is a vast number of people who don't consider themselves unemployed; they're just currently without income. undefined
  • After sufficient cooling was achieved in each fifty-foot block, its waterlines were filled with pressurized grout and the slot concreted to the top of that level, like a zipper slowly being pulled closed. Colossus
  • They will now send their slowest vessels and the ones with the lowest 'freeboard' - the distance from the lowest point of the deck to the waterline - further east. Telegraph Major News
  • The vessel has 17 decks, which tower 200 feet above the waterline, and will be capable of speeds of up to 30 knots.
  • There are vertical walls with jagged buttresses, sweeping canyons, arches, narrow gullies and fissures in the rock that develop into caves at the waterline.
  • Regret and love and pain flooded into her, as if she had accidentally tripped a porthole below the waterline. THE CRASH OF HENNINGTON
  • We need to leave while their boats are still burning down to the waterline. Wonk Room » Ralph Peters: A History Of Violence
  • Unless there is a dramatic change in the ship's shape at the waterline, the center of gravity remains in place and the new and old transverse metacenters cross at this point.
  • After checking another cage Greg pointed with his paddle to a dry waterline eight feet up one of the stumps.
  • Every spring the moorhens build themselves a nest on a raft of twigs or on the bank at the waterline, for a clutch of speckled brown eggs to bring off a hatch of four or five tiny brown-black chicks.
  • Near the waterline, the rushing waters have polished the schist to gunmetal, and carved it into fantastic flutes and chambers.
  • But although she was up on chocks, her waterline didn't come any higher than my shoulder.
  • Kate lined her waterline in emerald, making her brown eyes pop.
  • Unless there is a dramatic change in the ship's shape at the waterline, the center of gravity remains in place and the new and old transverse metacenters cross at this point.
  • We start in the library, the waterline there only a couple of feet high in a city where some houses were up their eaves in water.
  • To make your eyes look bigger, use a peach pencil on your waterline.
  • And it goes on back to the -- to the waterline, which is where the rice field starts at. CNN Transcript Jul 15, 2009
  • He had been over the side himself and could remember the height of the waterline, and he had for a more exact guide the level of the fothered sail under the ship's bottom. Mr. Midshipman Easy
  • Smudge a dark eye pencil inside the waterline.
  • The even skin of the carvel hull enabled shipwrights to cut gunports close to the waterline.
  • To add some depth to my eyes, I applied the eyeliner on my upper and lower waterlines.
  • Standing near the transom opening, all six men donned their gear, including heavy weight belts and tanks, which caused the stern to submerge below the waterline.
  • The even skin of the carvel hull enabled shipwrights to cut gunports close to the waterline.
  • But the only oil reporters saw today, during our three-hour tour, was a ribbon-like line of black at the waterline of the most of the marsh grasses. BP Keeps Look Out For Vanishing Gulf Oil
  • Her double hull and heavy sealed compartments along the waterline make her easily the most survivable warship in Naval history. NIMITZ CLASS
  • Two of the torpedoes struck below the waterline on the port side near the aviation fuel tanks.
  • Using a black pencil, draw a line on the bottom waterline.
  • The wooden pieces consisted of some side planks and a piece of a frame, while the metal pieces included bronze (copper) nails and pieces of the lead sheathing that would have protected the hull below the waterline from the wood-devouring teredo worm and rot. Interactive Dig Black Sea: Synopsis
  • The central citadel system consists in armoring that part of the waterline which is abreast of the engines and boilers. Scientific American Supplement, No. 803, May 23, 1891
  • Tracing along the lower waterline and around the inner corners of my eyes, I applied the pencil as close to my eyeball as possible.
  • During that war gunners would skip cannon balls off the water in an attempt to breach the hull of an enemy ship close to the waterline.
  • Her machinery and her accommodations for equipage and her fifty-eight-man crew were below the waterline.
  • Ray painted below the waterline with a special anti-rust paint.
  • The ship was, of course, a warship whose primary offensive weapon was a beakhead or ram at the waterline.
  • Two of the torpedoes struck below the waterline on the port side near the aviation fuel tanks.
  • I line my waterline with a black pencil, and then use gold as a highlight along my lower lash line.
  • Making his way back to the dinghy he took off his jacket and boots, shirt and trousers, stowed them in the dinghy, went down to the waterline where a small, branchy dead tree lay and heaved and shoved it out into the water.
  • Two masts, schooner-rigged, thirty meters long at the waterline. TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH
  • When we reach the waterline, the full moon has risen, casting steely light over the boulders that Graham has strategically positioned along the shore.
  • From there I was in the rigging, getting into the crow's nest, keeping my eye to the lens as I was inches away from the unfurling of a 400 square foot main sail 80 feet above the waterline -- and pointing the glass at the crew as they went about their seagoing tasks. Jerry Nelson: Sea Spray and Time Travel
  • Along the length of the hull right at the waterline are channels or 'chines' cut into the hull which allow the boat to plane better at higher speeds. Maggie's Farm

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