American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The land along the edge of a lake.
- adj. Adjacent to a lake. Usually used to describe real estate.
- n. Land or an area which is adjacent to a lake.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. land bordering a lake.
- n. land bordering a lake
“On the lakefront was a bar nailed together from unpainted scrap wood and corrugated tin.”
“M.st white voters, even in the so-called lakefront liberal parts of town, went with either Jane Byrne or Richard M. Daley.”
“We are on the lakefront, which is increasingly becoming more popular with people just being able to come and enjoy the activities and recreation that a harbor town like ours has to offer," said Kathleen Galas, president of the Manitowoc Area Visitor and Convention Bureau.”
“The lakefront is a very popular place where people like to walk.”
“Dusty's crew did a great job on my neighbors 'lakefront, which is still clear, but my weeds started coming back strong in a couple of weeks.”
“But even with a hint of autumn in the air, the lakefront is a fun and beautiful place to visit.”
“Outside Minneapolis, the parking lot that surrounded a dead shopping center built on landfill was turned back into wetlands — which in turn attracted new "lakefront" townhome development.”
“We are down on the "lakefront" (which is actually becoming a lakefront this year!) in a thirty or forty year old house.”
“You can't ignore that the lakefront is our image, the view we give to the world.”
“(Salesperson said it was "lakefront" but we could find any lake.”
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