One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person who goes to the beach.‘a red flag was flying, warning beachgoers not to swim’‘the bikini may be standard for most young beachgoers, but over the last few seasons the swimsuit has enjoyed a renaissance’
- ‘It was just light enough to see, but not to read, the signs in the sand dunes that warn the unwary beachgoer of snakes.’
- ‘Many beachgoers were convinced that spring really had come early this year - then gray reality hit.’
- ‘A man was arrested after taking a knapsack from a beachgoer in Coney Island and refusing to return it, police said yesterday.’
- ‘He said lifeguards often stayed at the beach after they finished work to ensure beachgoers remained safe.’
- ‘He stressed that beachgoers still could swim on the north side of the island, where none of the organisms have been spotted.’
- ‘Upon my arrival, I focused on locating the perfect spot to plant myself, without really looking at my fellow beachgoers.’
- ‘Unhappy with her 'immodesty', a fellow beachgoer called a cop, who arrested her for indecent exposure.’
- ‘No matter what the season, beachgoers can relax on the sunny, peaceful shores of Pensacola's award-winning coastline.’
- ‘Up to a certain distance the water is tame because of barriers or reefs, which makes it agreeable to the average beachgoer, especially those with children.’
- ‘The very idea of sharks stalking the Gold Coast sends a shiver up the spine of beachgoers.’
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