A harbor or town having facilities for seagoing ships.(noun)
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Use "seaport" in a sentence
"Because of these efforts, the Haiti's main seaport is even poised to reopen in a couple of days."
"Haiti's main seaport is severely damaged, and its largest airport is too small to accommodate the onslaught of international aid shipments heading into the country."
"It was an important seaport for the Mayans when the Spanish arrived, but now the seaport is a beautiful sandy cove under the shadow of the castillo (Mayan castle), where tourists swim and sun."