victory at sea

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Ocean conditions very windblown and messy, possibly to the point of being inimical to surfing and other water sports.

Etymology:

  • Reputed to refer to the wind-blown rolling seas in the movie and television series Victory at Sea.
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Submitted on September 01, 2009

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