shoreside

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shore +‎ -side

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shoreside (not comparable)

  1. Located on or near a shore
    • 1888, Robert Louis Stevenson, The Black Arrow[1]:
      The seamen, in view of the cold and the wind, had for the most part slunk ashore, and were now roaring and singing in the shoreside taverns.
    • 1922, Charles H. Sylvester, Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 7[2]:
      On shore I could see the glow of the great campfire burning warmly through the shoreside trees.
    • 2007 July 29, Haim Watzman, “Israel’s Incredible Shrinking Sea”, New York Times:
      What were once shoreside amenities now stand forlornly in the middle of the desert, a 300-yard hike from the beach.

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