Definition of midshore in US English:

midshore

adjective

  • 1Situated or occurring in the middle of a shore (viewed along a line from the sea to the land).

  • 2Fishing (chiefly Canadian). Of or designating a fishing ground situated between the inshore and offshore areas of a particular stretch of water.

Origin

1950s; earliest use found in Journal of Ecology. From mid + shore.

Pronunciation

midshore

/ˌmɪdˈʃɔː/