Definition of Sea tang
1. Noun. Any of various coarse seaweeds.
Medical Definition of Sea tang
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Literary usage of Sea tang
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Farmer's Encyclopædia, and Dictionary of Rural Affairs: Embracing All by Cuthbert William Johnson (1844)
"The bent was torn up by the common swing plough, burnt, and the ashes spread; the soil was then manured with the sea-tang, as much as could be ploughed in. ..."
2. British Farmer's Magazine (1838)
"Sherriff, of Haddington, has described the effects of sea-weed, or sea-tang as it is called in Scotland, on common heath or moor land in the following terms ..."
3. Memoirs of Gustave Koerner, 1809-1896: Life-sketches Written at the by Gustave Philipp Koerner, Thomas Joseph McCormack (1909)
"After encountering about a dozen of such sweepings we went back, presenting a sorry sight; for we were covered with strings of sea-tang ..."
4. The Four Winds: ("Die Vier Winde") from the Song of Hiawatha, Set to Music by Carl Busch, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1907)
"... lew Trib See - га - ben lew and the cormorant und die ' Rei - her cur Sei sea - tang; In the See - tang In den sea - tang In the See - tang In den sea ..."
5. Standard Classic Reader: Book- for the -grade (1912)
"142 Sedge and sea-tang. Sedge is coarse grass growing in swamps. Sea-tang (tangle) is a kind of sea-weed. 243 Moon when nights are brightest. April. ..."