Sea perch
(Sea" perch`) (Zoöl.) (a) The European bass (Roccus, or Labrax, lupus); — called also sea dace. (b) The cunner. (c) The sea bass. (d) The name is applied also to other species of fishes.

Sea pheasant
(Sea" pheas"ant) (Zoöl.) The pintail duck.

Sea pie
(Sea" pie`) (Zoöl.) The oyster catcher, a limicoline bird of the genus Hæmatopus.

Sea pie
(Sea" pie`). A dish of crust or pastry and meat or fish, etc., cooked together in alternate layers, — a common food of sailors; as, a three-decker sea pie.

(Sea"piece`) n. A picture representing a scene at sea; a marine picture. Addison.

Sea piet
(Sea" pi"et) (Zoöl.) See 1st Sea pie.

Sea pig
(Sea" pig`) (Zoöl.) (a) A porpoise or dolphin. (b) A dugong.

Sea pigeon
(Sea" pi"geon) The common guillemot.

Sea pike
(Sea" pike`) (Zoöl.) (a) The garfish. (b) A large serranoid food fish (Centropomus undecimalis) found on both coasts of America; — called also robalo. (c) The merluce.

Sea pincushion
(Sea" pin`cush`ion) (Zoöl.) (a) A sea purse. (b) A pentagonal starfish.

Sea pink
(Sea" pink`) (Bot.) See Thrift.

Sea plover
(Sea" plov"er) The black-bellied plover.

Sea poacher
(Sea" poach"er) Sea" pok"er (Zoöl.) The lyrie.

Sea pool
(Sea" pool`) A pool of salt water. Spenser.

Sea poppy
(Sea" pop"py) (Bot.) The horn poppy. See under Horn.

Sea porcupine
(Sea" por"cu*pine) (Zoöl.) Any fish of the genus Diodon, and allied genera, whose body is covered with spines. See Illust. under Diodon.

Sea pork
(Sea" pork`) (Zoöl.) An American compound ascidian (Amorœcium stellatum) which forms large whitish masses resembling salt pork.

Sea port
(Sea" port`) n. A port on the seashore, or one accessible for seagoing vessels. Also used adjectively; as, a seaport town.

(Sea"poy) n. See Sepoy.

Sea pudding
(Sea" pud"ding) (Zoöl.) Any large holothurian. [Prov. Eng.]

Sea purse
(Sea" purse`) (Zoöl.) The horny egg case of a skate, and of certain sharks.

Sea purslane
(Sea" purs"lane) (Bot.) See under Purslane.

Sea pye
(Sea" pye`) (Zoöl.) See 1st Sea pie.

Sea pyot
(Sea" py"ot) (Zoöl.) See 1st Sea pie.

Sea quail
(Sea" quail`) (Zoöl.) The turnstone.

(Sea"quake`) n. A quaking of the sea.

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