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The land adjacent to a lake.‘this road hugs the flat land by the lakeside’as modifier ‘a lakeside resort’
seashore, seaside, beach, coast, coastal region, seaboard, sea coast, bank, verge, edge, shoreline, waterside, front, shoreside, foreshore, sand, sandsView synonyms
- ‘It's time peace returned to the tranquil lakeside track and people there started working together for the benefit of all.’
- ‘The solution is to take the sewage away from the lake or the lakeside, and to change the land use.’
- ‘The world of the kid at the sleepaway camp, as well as the city gal at the summer lakeside resort, doesn't exist anymore.’
- ‘We were lucky to have a lakeside house when we grew up.’
- ‘The lake has several exceptional lakeside resorts, along with eight developed public campgrounds.’
- ‘There is increasing concern that swimmers are ignoring warnings to stay out of dangerous waters, and in some areas vandals are removing critical lifesaving equipment from lakesides.’
- ‘His liberal-minded father tolerated his restlessness and arranged for him to work with the forest warden in a lakeside area outside Vienna.’
- ‘Sprawl and malls are filling in the vacant lots and woodlands where we used to play; rivers and streams are culverted, channelized, and barren; and the coasts, lakesides, and mountains are spotted with trophy homes and locked gates.’
- ‘Charming, elegant and historic, the Baur au Lac occupies a prime lakeside position in one of Europe's cleanest and safest cities.’
- ‘It's too much of a working town, with little of that old lake magic; only the eastern lakeside suburb of Suna still has a villagey feel.’
- ‘The opportunity shop supports every community group in Paynesville, so every cent will stay in the small lakeside town.’
- ‘We'll return to Pokhara and its beautiful lakeside bazaar and Kathmandu.’
- ‘At the lakeside beaches, lifeguards are on duty at least part of the day.’
- ‘I haven't bought a CD in six months, it's taken these boys to tempt me back from my lakeside log cabin.’
- ‘In the morning when the golden sunshine touches the snow-white peaks, thin smoke begins to rise over the tents by the lakeside.’
- ‘When longtime friends gather for a weekend at a lakeside cabin, you know there's going to be trouble.’
- ‘James and I walked for a while quietly until we came to a lakeside beach.’
- ‘Access is certainly an important issue: as the Task Force heard, Nova Scotians feel very strongly that we all have the right to enjoy our seacoasts and lakesides.’
- ‘I have included a rare picture, for this series, of one of the steamers just coming to land at Stock on the lakeside.’
- ‘The lake will be cleaned up and sediment removed and the lakeside landing stage and terrace will be repaired.’
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