Definition of lakefront in English:

lakefront

Syllabification: lake·front
Pronunciation: /ˈlākˌfrənt
 
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noun

  • The land along the edge of a lake.
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    • He'd been investigating algae problems that have plagued the Oakville and Burlington lakefronts for the past two years.
    • Simon Power said, and I think it certainly reflected the views of his constituents from Feilding: ‘We must all be allowed full and free access to our beaches and lakefronts and to the seabed.’
    • For one, if the water in the city does rise to the height of levees along the lakefront, it may be difficult to open floodgates designed to keep the lake out that would now be needed to allow the lake to leave.

adjective

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  • Located along the edge of a lake.
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    • In addition to a pool and sunrooms along the lake, the hotel offers lakefront dining on the patio in the summer and a wine shop that stocks hard-to-find local wines.
    • However, in the lakefront swim area the bottom depth often varies greatly, visibility is less than two to four feet, and there are great seasonal and water depth temperature variations.
    • As you may or may not know, Chicago has, or rather, HAD a small lakefront landing strip named Meigs Field, mostly used by small commuter craft.

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