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shoreside

Line breaks: shore|side
Pronunciation: /ˈʃɔːsʌɪd
 
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Definition of shoreside in English:

noun

1The edge of a shore: [as modifier]: a shoreside restaurant
More example sentences
  • Find a quiet cove to wet a fishing line, or just spread a shoreside picnic and take a dip.
  • In a perfect world, this sand would build up the beach and keep shoreside cliffs from eroding further.
  • Where once it was just a safe anchorage, it is now shoreside parks, sailing trips and fantastic views.
1.1The side of something nearest the shore: men on the shoreside of each boat were poling it upriver
More example sentences
  • He was standing on aft deck by the shoreside rail, staring in to shore when she approached.
  • The sinking occurred because somebody cut each of the vessel's eight mooring ropes by which she was attached to two shoreside bollards.

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