Definition of Sea change

1. Noun. A profound transformation.

Generic synonyms: Shift, Transformation, Transmutation

Definition of Sea change

1. Noun. (idiomatic) A profound transformation. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sea Change

sea boys
sea bream
sea breams
sea breeze
sea bug
sea cabbage
sea cabbages
sea calf
sea campion
sea canaries
sea canary
sea captain
sea cat
sea catfish
sea change (current term)
sea changes
sea chantey
sea chanty
sea chest
sea chickweed
sea chub
sea clam
sea coal
sea cob
sea cobs
sea cock
sea cocoa
sea colander
sea cole

Literary usage of Sea change

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1. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1921)
"SEA-CHANGE You are no more, but sunken in a sea Sheer into dream ten thousand leagues you fell ; And now you lie green-golden, while a bell Swings with the ..."

2. The Poems and Plays of John Masefield by John Masefield (1918)
"... later in the clothes upon his back, He had to pinch a little straw, he had to beg a sack To sleep on, when his watch was through,— So he did. SEA-CHANGE ..."

3. The Life of Thomas Jefferson by Henry Stephens Randall (1871)
"... Reaction first seta against Monroe—Washington's and Adams's Censures on him—A curious Example of Political "Sea-change"—A larger Champion than Monroe in ..."

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