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ma·rine / məˈrēn/ • adj. of, found in, or produced by the sea: marine plants marine biology. ∎  of or relating to shipping or naval matters: marine insurance. ∎  (of artists or painting) depicting scenes at sea: marine painters. • n. a member of a body of troops trained to serve on land or at sea, in particular a member of the U.S. Marine Corps. PHRASES: tell that (or it) to the marines a scornful expression of disbelief.

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marine pert. to the sea. XV. — (O)F. marin, fem. marine :- L. marīnus, f. mare sea, rel. to Goth. marei, Ir. muir, W. môr, OSl. more; see -INE1.
So mariner XIII. — AN. mariner, (O)F. marinier :- medL. marīnārius.

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marineAberdeen, Amin, aquamarine, baleen, bean, been, beguine, Benin, between, canteen, careen, Claudine, clean, contravene, convene, cuisine, dean, Dene, e'en, eighteen, fascine, fedayeen, fifteen, figurine, foreseen, fourteen, Francine, gean, gene, glean, gombeen, green, Greene, Halloween, intervene, Janine, Jean, Jeannine, Jolene, Kean, keen, Keene, Ladin, langoustine, latrine, lean, limousine, machine, Maclean, magazine, Malines, margarine, marine, Mascarene, Massine, Maxine, mean, Medellín, mesne, mien, Moline, moreen, mujahedin, Nadine, nankeen, Nazarene, Nene, nineteen, nougatine, obscene, palanquin, peen, poteen, preen, quean, queen, Rabin, Racine, ramin, ravine, routine, Sabine, saltine, sardine, sarin, sateen, scene, screen, seen, serene, seventeen, shagreen, shebeen, sheen, sixteen, spleen, spring-clean, squireen, Steen, submarine, supervene, tambourine, tangerine, teen, terrine, thirteen, transmarine, treen, tureen, Tyrrhene, ultramarine, umpteen, velveteen, wean, ween, Wheen, yean •soybean • buckbean

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