Definition of 'intertidal'
Example sentences containing 'intertidal'
`Diamonds are also won from the sea itself by offshore dredging in what we call the intertidal zone.A DAYSTAR OF FEAR (1997)
To the right a spit of land stuck out like an impudent tongue, dividing the sea from the intertidal waters.A WOMAN WITHOUT LIES (1997)
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