Definition of Marine museum
1. Noun. A tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals.
Specialized synonyms: Fish Bowl, Fishbowl, Goldfish Bowl
Specialized synonyms: Marineland
Generic synonyms: Storage Tank, Tank, Vivarium
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marine Museum
Literary usage of Marine museum
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Paris by Sunlight and Gaslight: A Work Descriptive of the Mysteries and by James Dabney McCabe (1869)
"THE marine museum FROM the vestibule at the head of the northeastern stairway of the palace, ... The marine museum occupies eleven rooms in the north wing, ..."
2. Rambles about the Riviera by Frances Marion Gostling (1914)
"CHAPTER V Monte Carlo—The Casino—Chapel of Saint Devote—Monaco— Marine Museum—Anthropological Museum—The Castle of Monaco—History—Portraits. ..."
3. Paris and Its Environs: With Routes from London to Paris, and from Paris to by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1878)
"In the latter case we ascend a staircase to a short corridor, on the right of which is a sub-department of the marine museum, and on the left the saloon of ..."
4. Canada 2002 by Wayne C. Thompson (2003)
"Marina (Thunder Bay) 448 Marine Building (Vancouver) 608 Marine Centre and Aquarium (Shippagan) 142 marine museum of Manitoba (Selkirk) . ..."
5. Canada: Ontario, Quebec, Atlantic Provinces by Eva Ambros (1998)
"... offers a marine museum and restaurant besides the research laboratories. Winding along the coast to Miscou Island, the road passes through such charming ..."