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seawall The term 'seawall' as it applies to the area of coastlines can be defined as ' (1) a structure built along a portion of a coast primarily to prevent erosion and other damage by wave action. it retains earth against its shoreward face. (2) (smp) a structure separating land and water areas primarily to prevent erosion and other damage by wave action. generally more massive and capable of resisting greater wave forces than a bulkhead'.
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