shorefront

[shawr-fruhnt, shohr-]
noun
1.
land along a shore.
adjective
2.
located on such land: shorefront cottages.

Origin:
1915–20; shore1 + front

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Restore degraded natural waterfront areas and protect wetlands and shorefront habitats.
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