(Seatlh) c1790–1866, Suquamish leader: Seattle, Washington, named after him.
a seaport in W Washington, on Puget Sound.
a port in W Washington, on the isthmus between Lake Washington and Puget Sound: the largest city in the state and chief commercial centre of the Northwest; two universities. Pop: 569 101 (2003 est)
The largest city in the state of Washington.
Note: Although no longer the headquarters of the Boeing Aircraft Company, the Seattle region still contains many Boeing facilities.
noun 1. any of several large turtles of the families Cheloniidae and Dermochelyidae, widely distributed in tropical and subtropical seas, having the limbs modified into paddlelike flippers: all sea turtles are either threatened or endangered through most of their range because of ocean pollution.
noun, Education. 1. work that can be done by a child at his or her seat in school without supervision.
seatworm seat·worm (sēt’wûrm’) n. See pinworm.
noun 1. any echinoderm of the class Echinoidea, having a somewhat globular or discoid form, and a shell composed of many calcareous plates covered with projecting spines. 2. a tall evergreen shrub or small tree, Hakea laurina, of Australia, having narrow leaves and dense, globe-shaped clusters of crimson flowers with long yellow stamens. noun 1. […]