Definition of bayside in English:

bayside

Syllabification: bay·side
Pronunciation: /ˈbāˌsīd
 
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adjective

On or near the shore of a bay.
More example sentences
  • Went for a walk with Malu along the shore right across the street from Humphrey's, the bayside venue here.
  • From a bayside beach named for its most famous inhabitant, my dive partners and I stagger into the murky waters of New Jersey's Horseshoe Cove with scuba tanks strapped to our backs.
  • Albany House was supplied by Albany, a bayside post.

noun

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The land on the shore of a bay.
More example sentences
  • Public appeals were opened in local areas including the bayside suburbs.
  • My team of four set off to Plum Island, a freshwater tidal wetland on the bay side.
  • Dr Rankin grew up in the bayside suburbs of Melbourne.

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