breach “of the sea,” TWELFTH NIGHT, ii. 1. 19 Breaking of the sea. ( “the boat . . . would be dashed in a thousand pieces by the breach of the sea.” Defoe's Robinson Crusoe, vol. i. p. 43, ed. 1755; “the wind . . . made a great breach of the sea upon the point.” Id. vol. i. p. 132 ; “a breach of the sea upon some rocks.” Id. vol. i. p. 134 ).
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