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harbourside

Line breaks: har¦bour|side
Pronunciation: /ˈhɑːbəsʌɪd
 
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Definition of harbourside in English:

noun

The area immediately adjacent to a harbour: whitewashed cottages radiate out from the harbourside
More example sentences
  • You're going to daydream sitting on the harbour side of the library.
  • Back at the harbour side I spied the Braveheart, our charter boat for the day, skippered by Dougie Ferguson.
  • A 17 storey, 62m high office tower has been built on a traditional harbour-side long narrow site with its thin side to the water.

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