Definitions

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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of coast.

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Examples

  • Actually, the drive from Lake Chapala to Chiapas via Lázaro Cardenas and the Guerrero and Oaxaca coasts is a very long and often arduous drive no doubt.

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  • It seems that the most polluted area along Mexico´s coasts is the Bay of Chetumal.

    Beach Pollution

  • A growing trend among the middle class in middle America and the poor on the coasts is people holding down two or three jobs just to make ends meet.

    08/20/2005

  • Think of it in these terms: If Tom Ridge were to ask for the authority to postpone a federal election because of a huge death toll on the East or Gulf coasts from a hurricane, he would be laughed out of DC.

    Balkinization

  • Our ship-building industry on the Great Lakes and on both coasts is pushing ahead with the construction of fast escort vessels and mine sweepers.

    Preparedness and the Canadian Economy

  • I use the word coasts advisedly, for this strange creature when in pursuit of its prey leaves the sea and comes out on the sands, thus existing, for the greater portion of its life, in an element which, according to the general nature of things, ought to be fatal to it.

    The Dawn of Reason or, Mental Traits in the Lower Animals

  • "A man of their coasts" is a man specially chosen for the office out of their whole number.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Mr. Seward's previous circular to the Governors calling on them to fortify their coasts is condemned by the moderate portion of the press as uncalled for.

    The Civil War in America

  • I’m guessing trying to install such systems off of certain coasts would produce the same kind of debate we’ve seen over off-shore wind in Massachusetts, but I’d imagine there’s plenty of coastline around the world that’s not developed where we could install such generators.

    Oregon State at the Forefront of Wave Energy Research

  • People who live on the coasts could be a lot closer to the shore

    Environmental Defense Fund: Climate Report - Life in a Very Different United States

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