Definition of Sea power

1. Noun. Naval strength.




2. Noun. A nation that possesses formidable naval strength.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sea Power

sea piece
sea pies
sea piet
sea pig
sea pigeon
sea pigeons
sea pigs
sea pike
sea pincushion
sea pink
sea poacher
sea poker
sea poppy
sea porcupine
sea pork
sea power (current term)
sea pudding
sea puddings
sea purslane
sea puss
sea pye
sea rat
sea rats
sea raven
sea ravens
sea reed
sea robber
sea robin
sea rocket

Literary usage of Sea power

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1. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1915)
"New Repub 4:5-7 Ag 7 '15 Function of sea power. EB Mitford. ... Liv Age 285:302-9 Ap 24 '15 sea power. Liv Age 286:830-2 S 25 '15 sea power again. ..."

2. The New York Times Current History (1916)
"Limits of sea power By Count E. Reventlow This article by Count Reventlow, declaring that " not only the land power of Russia, but also the sea power of ..."

3. Greek Imperialism by William Scott Ferguson (1913)
"The advantages of sea power in warfare, in enabling the holder of it to circumscribe according to his convenience the area of military action, ..."

4. Greek Imperialism by William Scott Ferguson (1913)
"The advantages of sea power in warfare, in enabling the holder of it to circumscribe according to his convenience the area of military action, ..."

5. A History of Greece to the Death of Alexander the Great by John Bagnell Bury (1913)
"ATHENS TO BE A SEA-POWER But the greatest statesman of this critical period in the history of The wt Athens, ..."

6. A History of Greece to the Death of Alexander the Great by John Bagnell Bury (1900)
"ATHENS TO BE A SEA-POWER But the greatest statesman of this critical period in the history of The worh Athens, greater than either of his two rivals, ..."

7. History of the World War by Frank Herbert Simonds (1918)
"CHAPTER FOUR sea power, AND THE GERMAN PLACE IN THE SUN I THE FAMILIAR STORY In one other ... Thanks to sea power Britain was able to wreck all the colonial ..."

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