American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having no beach, especially because of increased ocean level and wave action: beachless seaside towns.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without a beach: as, “black rocks, and beachless,”
- adj. Without a beach or beaches.
- beach + -less (Wiktionary)
“The Crest curved a little, and that curve hid everything but ... hmm ... forty klicks of beachless coast facing north.”
“There are also lots of rumors surrounding the second, beachless Malibu.”
“Who has not dreamed of the majestic sights to be seen on those beachless shores, of that multitude of creeks and inlets and little bays, no two of them alike, yet all trackless abysses?”
“As long as white sand is not a priority, a final possible wild card is Saba, a five-square-mile, nearly beachless islet of 2,000 residents, known for its snorkeling and rain forest.”
“Echo Bay, a community of a few families that clings to rocky crags that plunge, beachless, straight down into cold, clear water.”
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