harborside

[hahr-ber-sahyd]
adjective
1.
bordering a harbor.
adverb
2.
in, to, or near the area bordering a harbor.

Origin:
1945–50; harbor + side1

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The village meanders along the road up from the harborside castle and quay.
Hotels with ocean views line the harbor, and the harborside streets are packed with seafood restaurants, discos and bars.
Promenade along the harborside boardwalk before dinner at one of the highbrow, on-site eateries.
They had languished in the sun at their harborside hotel for nearly a week without setting foot aboard a ship.
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