(Sea"man*like`) a. Having or showing the skill of a practical seaman.
(Sea"man*ship), n. The skill of a good seaman; the art, or skill in the art, of working a
(Sea" man"tis) (Zoöl.) A squilla.
(Sea" marge`) Land which borders on the sea; the seashore. Shak.
You are near the sea marge of a land teeming with life.J. Burroughs.
(Sea"mark`) n. Any elevated object on land which serves as a guide to mariners; a beacon; a
landmark visible from the sea, as a hill, a tree, a steeple, or the like. Shak.
(Sea" mat`) (Zoöl.) Any bryozoan of the genus Flustra or allied genera which form frondlike
(Sea" maw`) (Zoöl.) The sea mew.
(Seamed) a. (Falconry) Out of condition; not in good condition; said of a hawk.
(Sea"-mell`) n. (Zoöl.) The sea mew.
(Sea" mew`) (Zoöl.) A gull; the mew.
(Sea" mile`) A geographical mile. See Mile.
(Sea" milk"wort`) (Bot.) A low, fleshy perennial herb (Glaux maritima) found along northern
1. The act or process of forming a seam or joint.
2. (Fishing) The cord or rope at the margin of a seine, to which the meshes of the net are attached.
Seaming machine, a machine for uniting the edges of sheet-metal plates by bending them and pinching
(Seam"less), a. Without a seam.
Christ's seamless coat, all of a piece.Jer. Taylor.
(Sea" monk`) (Zoöl.) See Monk seal, under Monk.
(Sea" mon"ster) (Zoöl.) Any large sea animal.
(Sea" moss`) (Zoöl.) Any branched marine bryozoan resembling moss.
(Sea" mouse`) (Zoöl.) (a) A dorsibranchiate annelid, belonging to Aphrodite and allied genera,
having long, slender, hairlike setæ on the sides. (b) The dunlin.
(Seam"ster) n. [See Seamstress.] One who sews well, or whose occupation is to sew.