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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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seaweedsea‧weed /ˈsiːwiːd/ noun [uncountable]  HBPa plant that grows in the sea
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seaweedThere was algae and seaweed growing on the top layer of bamboos, which was certainly not there before.And all that good seaweed I collected just sits in a bag in the cupboard, taking up space.The gelatinous orange pebbles peeked up from a wrap of dark, green seaweed under a one-eyed yellow pond.Look, they will hide in the lovely seaweed.For the first time she could smell the dankness and the odour of rotting seaweed.Nora is distinctly gloomy tonight-perhaps on account of the seaweed aperitif.The seaweed in reconnaissance photos turned out to be coral reef that interfered with the landings.The seaweed should then be left for a month.
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