Definition of riverside in English:

riverside

noun

  • [often as modifier] The ground along a riverbank:

    ‘a riverside car park’
    • ‘We hope eventually to restore several thousand acres of riverside forest along the San Joaquin River and its tributaries.’
    • ‘There are meandering walkways along the riverside slopes and extensive off-street parking is provided in the forecourt.’
    • ‘Where livestock have gained unrestricted access to rivers, salmon and trout spawning areas have become damaged and riverside vegetation has been lost which has lead to excessive erosion of the banks.’
    • ‘After some early landscape studies of the dock and riverside areas near his home, he began to paint the surrounding countryside, often introducing historical or narrative themes.’
    • ‘Here, the eye still meets unbroken views of lush woodlands sweeping down to the river Thames, surrounded by open riverside meadows.’
    • ‘The boat will navigate the ships and ferries of New York harbour and the Hudson and East rivers to chug round the island for all to view from the thirteen public piers, Battery Park and other riverside landmarks.’
    • ‘Its cobbled streets, striking architecture and riverside walkways ensure that it has remained a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.’
    • ‘There is space for an eight-seater table, while the family area to the side has a bay window that takes full advantage of the riverside views.’
    • ‘I'm also looking forward to a stroll around the riverside garden.’
    • ‘The landscaped site incorporates over 660 feet of water frontage, seating areas and a riverside walk.’
    • ‘A riverside cafe terrace in Prague provides one of innumerable places for the residents to enjoy the beauty of their city.’
    • ‘Eventually, he came to the riverside promenade where a strip of parkland bordered the River Ana.’
    • ‘When completed, the landscaped riverside development will incorporate a playground and public park next to the marina.’
    • ‘Many species migrate along riverside forests, some covering thousands of miles per year.’
    • ‘The riverside parklands were the project's appeal.’
    • ‘The house is attractive, spacious and full of character, and you would search for a long time to find a home in such beautiful riverside surroundings.’
    • ‘Trina was sitting outside her grandparent's house later that summer when she heard a commotion coming from the direction of the riverside gate.’
    • ‘Their riverside views remain one of their great attractions.’
    • ‘A new train station and a footbridge across the river are also part of the project, which aims to rejuvenate the riverside area.’
    • ‘Although no longer standing, the brick riverside palace was a favourite of the Tudors and it became Elizabeth's most favourite out-of-town Residence when she was Queen.’

Pronunciation:

riverside

/ˈrɪvəsʌɪd/

Definition of Riverside in English:

Riverside

proper noun

  • A city in southern California, situated in the centre of an orange-growing region; population 295,357 (est. 2008).

Pronunciation:

Riverside

/ˈrɪvəsʌɪd/