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shoreside

[shawr-sahyd, shohr-] /ˈʃɔrˌsaɪd, ˈʃoʊr-/
noun
1.
land along a shore.
adjective
2.
located on such land.
Origin of shoreside
1565-1575
1565-75; shore1 + side1
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  • Or was it really the eye, and not rather the heart, that identified the shadow in the dusk, among the shoreside lamps?

  • Selina Collett would not have invited him with underlinings merely to see a shoreside house and garden.

  • Or was it really the eye, and not rather the heart, that identified that shadow in the dusk, among the shoreside lamps?

    The Wrecker Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne
  • On shore I could see the glow of the great campfire burning warmly through the shoreside trees.

    Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 7 Charles H. Sylvester
  • He was on the shoreside wall of a u-shaped rock ledge that extended into the sea and formed a natural harbor.

    Hi Jolly! James Arthur Kjelgaard

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