seashore

[see-shawr, -shohr]
noun
1.
land along the sea or ocean.
2.
Law. the ground between the ordinary high-water and low-water marks.

Origin:
1520–30; sea + shore1

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seashore (ˈsiːˌʃɔː)
 
n
1.  land bordering on the sea
2.  the land between the marks of high and low water

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seashore
1526, from sea + shore. Commonly defined in law as the ground between the ordinary high and low water-marks.
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Example sentences
Walking on the seashore he picked up the spine of a fish.
Along the seashore, the water rises and spreads onto the land.
It is remarkable that in the present age the knowledge of the true use of the
  seashore is almost totally forgotten.
One never sees a mountain range or a seashore without a sun either rising or
  setting over it.
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