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A place or area of land by the sea:[as modifier] ‘an oceanside resort’
- ‘He grew up on Park Avenue and the exclusive ocean-side community of East Hampton on Long Island, NewYork.’
- ‘In addition to its looming mansions, mesmerizing sunsets and devotion to the arts, Newport boasts a 3.5-mile-long oceanside walking trail known as the Cliff Walk.’
- ‘Last summer I was sitting on the deck of a beautiful ocean-side restaurant in Nova Scotia when I overhead that question at a nearby table.’
- ‘The bottom floor is covered in quartzite stone the hue of the surrounding ocean-side bluffs.’
- ‘Meanwhile, the full-scale replica of the Rose was built in the same oceanside tank where Titanic was filmed in Rosarito.’
- ‘Room rates at the newly renovated ocean side resort start at $400 a night, and run to $1500 for a suite.’
- ‘Palm Beach is home to many high rise resort hotels that offer unique and exotic ocean side gardens which are open to the public.’
- ‘With its gray clapboard siding, its forthright Colonial architecture, and its serene oceanside setting, the unpretentious two-story house immediately appealed to the couple's relaxed sense of tradition.’
- ‘And the new oceanside fifth hole is dramatically better than the old fifth.’
- ‘Playing with two Canadians, we stopped at the 16th to draw our breath which had been whipped away by the stunning oceanside fairway.’
- ‘Urban runoff has been a problem as long as people have lived along the oceanside.’
- ‘They suffered the most because they were the ones living on the oceanside and they lost everything.’
- ‘A couple inlets on either side of this island caused the water to be squeezed in here from the ocean side.’
- ‘The beaches of Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key are not highly commercialized by todays standards, and offer a relaxing place to enjoy the oceanside.’
- ‘In fact, we're told that the President-elect has a Christmas tree in the ocean side home where he's celebrating.’
- ‘Newest of several small inns in Trinidad, the Turtle Rocks has a lovely oceanside deck; each room has an unobstructed ocean view.’
- ‘And Surf City is far from the only oceanside paradise turned bad.’
- ‘They're trying to save the ocean side town of Big Sur.’
- ‘I expect that by next summer I'll be heading out a bit on the ocean side a little ways.’
- ‘My heart, however, is at the ocean side.’
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