Definition of bayside in English:

bayside

adjective

  • On or near the shore of a bay.

    • ‘And the Guggenheim Museum has suspended plans for its Jean Nouvel-designed Rio de Janeiro branch, especially notable for its innovative underwater component at the projected bayside site.’
    • ‘Prior to the move inland, North American aborigines had developed a system of middlemen for transporting furs to bayside posts.’
    • ‘Emeryville, the bayside enclave between Oakland and Berkeley, stands proudly in the middle phase.’
    • ‘It was a thrilling finish to the clash between the bayside rivals, with the Zebras recording a 9.13 to 9.9 win.’
    • ‘On a warm San Francisco day (especially a weekend), you'll see the most remarkable cross-section of locals at this funky bayside dive of a restaurant.’
    • ‘This was expressed in a 1688 letter from the committee to bayside trader Geyer at Port Nelson.’
    • ‘For Bogart fans, a trip to this bayside watering hole has become a pilgrimage of sorts.’
    • ‘For a different approach to birding, everyone should experience the birds of our bayside marshes and outer beaches.’
    • ‘The route starts ‘officially’ at Geelong, 75 kilometres southwest of Melbourne - or, unofficially, at the old bayside resort of Queenscliff.’
    • ‘Along the bayside walk closer to my hotel there are outdoor restaurants, many of which feature cover bands.’
    • ‘From a bayside beach named for its most famous inhabitant, my dive partners and I stagger into the murky waters of New Jersey's Horseshoe Cove with scuba tanks strapped to our backs.’
    • ‘This was followed by many other posts in the next decades until the strategy of its trade changed from bayside to inland posts.’
    • ‘The distant aborigines who did the trapping would trade with others who would take the furs to the bayside posts or trade with others again who traded with those who made the trip.’
    • ‘The essence of this system was the explicit reconciliation of trading goods and supplies with furs, which appeared to work satisfactorily in ensuring that the bayside traders were responsible.’
    • ‘This comparative study was undertaken in downtown Niteroi, a bayside city surrounded by Guanabara Bay and located 20 km from downtown Rio de Janeiro in southeast Brazil.’
    • ‘They are now travelling on a crowded street on the bayside area.’
    • ‘It's a surprise to find the press - an educational institute, bookmaker, publisher, printer, and typefoundry all rolled into one - in the Presidio, a former military post better known for its bayside views.’
    • ‘Albany House was supplied by Albany, a bayside post.’
    • ‘Dr Rankin grew up in the bayside suburbs of Melbourne.’
    • ‘Went for a walk with Malu along the shore right across the street from Humphrey's, the bayside venue here.’

noun

  • The land on the shore of a bay.

    • ‘My team of four set off to Plum Island, a freshwater tidal wetland on the bay side.’
    • ‘Albany House was supplied by Albany, a bayside post.’
    • ‘On the bay side, there are saltwater marshes, such as Skeleton Hill Island on Sandy Hook.’
    • ‘For Bogart fans, a trip to this bayside watering hole has become a pilgrimage of sorts.’
    • ‘For a different approach to birding, everyone should experience the birds of our bayside marshes and outer beaches.’
    • ‘But it isn't just the scenic bayside that touched me.’
    • ‘As darkness fell upon the small bayside community, muffled screams could be heard from the abandoned fish warehouse a block away from the main pier.’
    • ‘The differences between the lapping waters of the bay side and the pounding waves of the Atlantic are significant.’
    • ‘North American aborigines had developed a system of middlemen for transporting furs to bayside posts.’
    • ‘Public appeals were opened in local areas including the bayside suburbs.’
    • ‘The storm came around this time from the west, the lower-lying bay side.’
    • ‘They combed the bayside shores in pairs, separating recyclables from trash and categorizing them on tally sheets.’
    • ‘Along the bayside walk closer to my hotel there are outdoor restaurants, many of which feature cover bands.’
    • ‘The bayside pizza delivery business must be competitive.’
    • ‘But inspectors were flabbergasted when bayside residents attending a public meeting admitted they had been seeing the beetle for a couple years or more.’
    • ‘From the bayside, it has 4 stories.’
    • ‘Dr Rankin grew up in the bayside suburbs of Melbourne.’
    • ‘A storm surge on the bayside of this island last night created a path of destruction that I didn't think you would see in a Category 1 storm.’
    • ‘A decreasing number of aboriginal furs reached bayside posts.’
    • ‘Besides a clean, wide beach with many shore birds, this park boasts two fishing piers, historic fort, and bayside campsites.’

Pronunciation

bayside

/ˈbāsīd/