shoreline

[shawr-lahyn, shohr-]
noun
the line where shore and water meet.

Origin:
1850–55; shore1 + line1

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shoreline (ˈʃɔːˌlaɪn)
 
n
the edge of a body of water

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Example sentences
Fish-cleaning stations are now hundreds of yards from the receding shoreline.
Most people go to area in the east shoreline area, because the government
  policy to develop these area.
Great blue herons and white egrets stalked the shoreline.
He has ridden the shoreline so many times that he notices if a rock has been
  moved.
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