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1The edge of a shore.as modifier ‘a shoreside restaurant’
seashore, seaside, beach, coast, coastal region, seaboard, sea coast, bank, lakeside, verge, edge, shoreline, waterside, front, foreshore, sand, sandsView synonyms
- ‘The pirates seize the vessel and use it to attack a shoreside target, descending upon their target from the air.’
- ‘The locals simply raised an eyebrow and watched as the foundations were dug on a prime shoreside location, and construction began on the epitome of cultural imperialism.’
- ‘In a perfect world, this sand would build up the beach and keep shoreside cliffs from eroding further.’
- ‘Local police have been alerted and the coastguard rescue team are at the shoreside.’
- ‘For a more tranquil experience, the Traditional Boat Festival at Portsoy has sailing races and shoreside exhibits.’
- ‘At least some measures are also being taken to address pollution from shoreside wastewater treatment plants.’
- ‘Instead, ask for a mooring along the Balboa shore, in reasonable proximity to the shoreside restaurants and shops.’
- ‘It is comprised of 100 shoreside houses built in the Ming Dynasty, all of which were joined together to form one huge living complex.’
- ‘Where once it was just a safe anchorage, it is now shoreside parks, sailing trips and fantastic views.’
- ‘One heavy rainstorm washes more pollution into the river from old, inadequate shoreside sewage treatment plants than anything recreational boats could possibly contribute.’
- ‘Find a quiet cove to wet a fishing line, or just spread a shoreside picnic and take a dip.’
- ‘He rested the tired sailors of the Resolution in Dusky Sound and brewed beer from shoreside evergreens.’
- ‘The visiting team from AOC Archaeology, who were in Sanday last week investigating Bronze Age structures exposed by the January storms, has been working at a shoreside site below the Hall of Rendall.’
- 1.1 The side of something nearest the shore.‘men on the shoreside of each boat were poling it upriver’
- ‘He was standing on aft deck by the shoreside rail, staring in to shore when she approached.’
- ‘The sinking occurred because somebody cut each of the vessel's eight mooring ropes by which she was attached to two shoreside bollards.’
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