While sun & sand are reminders of beaches and oceans, there’s generally more skin than fabric on display. Since this blog is all about sewing & fabric, let’s see what similarities we can sea…hehe!
Sea has some interesting definitions, which might or might not be familiar to you…
SEA, n. see. [This word, like lake, signifies primarily a seat, set or lay, a repository, a bason.] 1. A large bason, cisternor laver which Solomon made in the temple, so large as to contain more than six thousand gallons. … 2. A large body of water, nearly inclosed by land, as the Baltic or the Mediterranean; as the sea of Azof… The appellation of sea, given to the Caspian lake, is an exception, and not very correct. So the lake of Galilee is called a sea, from the Greek 3. The ocean; as, to go to sea. 4. A wave; a billow; a surge. 5. The swell of the ocean in a tempest, or the direction of the waves; as, we head the sea. 6. Proverbially, a large quantity of liquor; as a sea of blood. 7. A rough or agitated place or element.
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