Floating wreckage of a ship and it's cargo
Yellowish or greenish,as if suffering from liver or gallbladder issues (Bile is secreted by the liver)
A type of plastic. Polythene, which is mentioned below is another kind of plastic.
Kind of sugar that is easily digested
Very bright lights used as distress signals
British English for flashlight
Loch Ness monster
Thirty foot long sea monster supposedly living in a lake in Scotland. Loch is Scottish for lake.
A huge sea monster mentioned in the bible.
Rough, broken bits of litter.
Literally very thin, inadequate, not enough.
Main body of a ship
Beliefs of a group, doctrines
A kind of fish also referred to as a dolphin
Back end of a vessel
Elixir of life
Substance that some people believed existed in the middle ages that would allow people to live forever
Clear liquid left over after blood coagulates
Painful, infected swellings
Inadequate, meager. The opposite of copious.
Thin, high white cloud
Swung back and forth, pushed by the waves
People who speak or write in support of something
One nautical mile per hour
Strong hook on a pole used to catch large fish
Rowers seat extending across a boat
Balance a boat by moving the weight around
Upper edge of the side of the boat. Originally a gunwale supported the ship's guns.
Bruce after bannockburn
In 1314 Scotland won independence from england at a battle in the Scottish town of bannock burn. Robert the Bruce led the scots.
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