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shoreside

[shawr-sahyd, shohr-] /ˈʃɔrˌsaɪd, ˈʃoʊr-/
noun
1.
land along a shore.
adjective
2.
located on such land.
Origin
1565-1575
1565-75; shore1 + side1
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  • No-frills shoreside bar that's the place to toast the sunset.
  • shoreside activities are similar on either side of the state.
  • Meanwhile, pirate junks begin firing at one another from a shoreside village.
  • Always use shoreside restrooms when docked and before casting off.
  • Sediment transferred from barge to shoreside dewatering facility.
  • Lobsters must remain whole for landing at shoreside.
  • The maritime transportation system is a network of maritime and shoreside operations that interface at intermodal connections.
  • Our onboard and shoreside activities appeal to everyone from the rock climber, to the sun worshiper.
  • Do as much cleaning at shoreside facilities as possible.
  • Collect spilled product with a shoreside collection unit.

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