Definition of Tyneside in English:

Tyneside

Line breaks: Tyne|side
Pronunciation: /ˈtʌɪnsʌɪd
 
/
An industrial conurbation on the banks of the River Tyne, in NE England, stretching from Newcastle upon Tyne to the coast.

Derivatives

Tynesider

noun
More example sentences
  • Newcastle manager Bobby Robson has long played down his side's title prospects, claiming the Tynesiders do not have the strength in depth to see off the Manchester Uniteds, Arsenals or Liverpools.
  • Thorman had held the Tynesiders ' goals and points in a match records with nine and 22 respectively, set in Thunder's 50-20 defeat of London Skolars in 2003, which was a club record score.
  • The burly former York Wasps centre has been let go by Gateshead Thunder under the Tynesiders ' cost-cutting policy of releasing their Yorkshire-based players, and he has re-signed for his former amateur club.

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