from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as sea-sedge, 2.
  • noun See Ammophila.


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  • There is a claw-curl in the sea-bent trees, an eye-gleam in the dark flints in the wall that is not of this world.

    Gilbert Keith Chesterton Maisie Ward 1932

  • Then she remembered that she had seen at the widow's a light and strong frail basket, made of the sea-bent which grew in the sands.

    The Billow and the Rock Harriet Martineau 1839


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