- adj. Beside a creek.
- n. The land beside a creek.
- creek + -side (Wiktionary)
“An Advantex, dual stage septic system protects creekside soil quality and provides digital, off site monitoring of waste water quality.”
“But last month, while home from college for winter break, Adams, 19, was enjoying the bike trail and some creekside quiet.”
“When wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park, they brought down elk and deer populations, allowing creekside willows to rebound, making a more fruitful environment for species living in and near the water.”
“BRIAN NAYLOR: It all goes back to a story about a college prank published by GQ last summer in which an anonymous woman alleges that in 1983, she was tied up and driven by Rand Paul and some of his buddies at Baylor University to a creekside.”
“They lifted flutes, playing a sacred melody as we started along the creekside trail leading toward Anhaica.”
“Across the pasture, hidden in the far hedgerow near the creekside stand of trees, three half-starved coyotes raised their twitching snouts to catch a breeze laced of a sudden with the hot, iron-rich scent of blood.”
“I wonder if his self imposed exile to his creekside cabin is going to result in a resignation prior to the New Year.”
“One thing we do have here is full sun, sort of a problem for growing those creekside ferns and orchids.”
“The vine-covered cottages (some with creekside patio and hot tub) scattered around the property are great perch from which to explore Santa Barbara, fittingly called the American Riviera, with its historic Spanish roots and architecture, spectacular beaches, trails and wine country nearby.”
“A restaurant and a romantic place, nestled among the trees, and creekside, organic foods, half way up Topanga Canyon between Malibu and the San Fernando…”
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