1 She was by then, when they told us, well out to sea.
2 Wind abating; seas still terrific, but feel them less, as ship is steadier.
3 They have a legend here that when a ship is lost bells are heard out at sea.
4 Somehow I felt glad that Jonathan was not on the sea last night, but on land.
5 Lucy is sleeping soundly; the reflex of the dawn is high and far over the sea.
6 I am longing to be with you, and by the sea, where we can talk together freely and build our castles in the air.
7 The sea is tumbling in over the shallows and the sandy flats with a roar, muffled in the sea-mists drifting inland.
8 The officers in charge of it got it into working order, and in the pauses of the inrushing mist swept with it the surface of the sea.
9 A little after midnight came a strange sound from over the sea, and high overhead the air began to carry a strange, faint, hollow booming.
10 The excitement of the passengers grew greater; the crazy coach rocked on its great leather springs, and swayed like a boat tossed on a stormy sea.
11 The waves rose in growing fury, each overtopping its fellow, till in a very few minutes the lately glassy sea was like a roaring and devouring monster.
12 The harbour lies below me, with, on the far side, one long granite wall stretching out into the sea, with a curve outwards at the end of it, in the middle of which is a lighthouse.
13 He was beaten, and when all hope of success was lost, and his existence in danger, he fled back over the sea to his home; just as formerly he had fled back over the Danube from Turkey Land.
14 This is to my mind the nicest spot in Whitby, for it lies right over the town, and has a full view of the harbour and all up the bay to where the headland called Kettleness stretches out into the sea.
15 At times the mist cleared, and the sea for some distance could be seen in the glare of the lightning, which now came thick and fast, followed by such sudden peals of thunder that the whole sky overhead seemed trembling under the shock of the footsteps of the storm.