out to sea


out to sea
out to sea
: toward or into a part of the ocean that is far away from land

The boat headed out to sea.

He fell overboard and was swept out to sea.

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Main Entry:sea

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out to ˈsea idiom
far away from land where the sea is deepest

She fell overboard and was swept out to sea.

Main entry:seaidiom

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