seacoast

[see-kohst]
noun
the land immediately adjacent to the sea.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English see cost. See sea, coast

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seacoast (ˈsiːˌkəʊst)
 
n
land bordering on the sea; a coast

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Example sentences
The shape of a seacoast and the shape of the ocean floor both make a difference in the range and frequency of the tides.
Such a substantial mountain lying near a seacoast has a marked influence on local weather.
Seacoast may proceed thereafter to arrange the sale.
Seacoast shall take no other offensive measures to realize upon its claim without the further order of this court.
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