lakeshore

[leyk-shawr, -shohr]
noun

Origin:
1790–1800; lake1 + shore1

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Example sentences
But the community maintains a tree farm and gravel pits, and it leases out its
  lakeshore lands.
Nutria may inhabit a riverbank or lakeshore, or dwell in the midst of wetlands.
And right around the river, sloping gently down to the lakeshore, was a
  floodplain of silt and clay.
By that time, people had already made many changes to the national lakeshore's
  natural areas.
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