An opening from the sea into the land; an inlet.(noun)
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Use "indraught" in a sentence
"A long and hard tussle it was, I assure you, to fight against the indraught, and to drag my frame through the long hillocky gorge."
"Gulf-stream, and the places where it would come ashore, and the caves that took the indraught."
"Nevertheless, this opening caused such an indraught of the tide of flood through it, as was very near proving fatal to the Resolution; for as soon as the vessels got into the stream, they were carried towards the reef with great impetuosity."