In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The idea of sharing Christmas cheer surrounded by warm sands and crashing surf sounded wonderfully alluring.
- Then we'd take a swim in the crashing surf before hiking back to our kayaks.
- We see the surf pounding on the rocks below in the moonlight as Barnabas continues.
- We just stand there, listening to the thundering surf.
- They had come just to watch the surf pounding in here right now.
- Their maiden rescue saw six volunteers saving a troubled fisherman in rough surf and gale-force wind.
- With a roar of surf, the wave struck the beach and raced inland toward them.
- On the northeast coast, there were reports of massive waves and thundering surf.
- He paused and listened, and it reminded him of breaking surf.
- After that came some reading and napping on the beach and then much frolicking in the rough surf.
- All he wants is someplace warm, where palm trees blow in balmy breezes along a gentle, rolling surf.
- You hear the pounding surf and see a cluster of cartoonish grass huts sprouting in the distance.
- She sat in her chamber, listening to the fall of surf on an interior beach.
- The game is played in the surf, in rough surf with decent booming waves.
- They formed pairs, walking off in individual directions toward the rolling surf.
- Occasionally, we could hear surf breaking on the reef that surrounded us.
- The thundering surf around the jutting piers of Pacific Ocean Park is the favoured playground of these washed-out youngsters.
- He looks over the pounding surf with an evil smile, and then we hear him thinking.
- You'll see one of them disappear under the pounding surf for 8 seconds before resurfacing.
- Surrounded by crashing surf, there is no place on its perimeter to land a boat.
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