The swell of the sea which breaks upon the shore, esp. upon a sloping beach.
The foamy, bubbly surface of water waves as they break close to shore.
Produced when waves leave deep water forming breakers on the shore as they crest and curl over
1) foam caused by waves breaking on the shore (noun) 2) to ride towards the shore on a surfboard on the crest of a wave (verb)
to ride a wave on its upstream face or to get stuck in a hole
the mass of agitated white water and foam generated by the breaking waves colliding with the shore.
ride the waves of the sea with a surfboard; "Californians love to surf"
Waves as they reach the area between the shore and the area where breakers start to occur.
the turbulent parts of breaking waves at or near the coast
The breaking of waves as they enter shallow water.
A continuous line of breakers at the shore.
To swim just behind a swimmer in an adjacent lane to take advantage of the wave created by that swimmer.
Large, breaking waves along a coastline or tidal area. Also a technique for riding large waves on a river or the ocean in a kayak or canoe.
The wave activity in the area between the shoreline and the outermost limits of breakers
noun: waves or swell of the sea breaking on shore
The breaking of waves and swells on the foreshore and offshore shoals.
The sea-surface wave activity occurring between a shoreline and the outermost line of breakers.
The breaking waves and resulting foam near a shore.
The wave activity occurring on a beach inshore of the point at which incoming waves break. Generally, surf consists of waves that have broken and therefore have air to some degree mixed in with the water.