American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Land bordering an ocean: Condominiums crowd the oceanfront.
- adj. Referring to property (real estate) that is adjacent to the ocean.
- n. A property that is on the ocean.
- n. The side of a property that faces the ocean.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Bordering an ocean.
- n. Land bordering an ocean.
- n. land bordering an ocean
“For $28.5 million Canadian, approximately $28.9 million U.S. you can call the oceanfront estate, dubbed "Sweet Pea," yours.”
“However, he has previously said the best way for Atlantic City to fight off out-of-state competition is to emphasize things that most racetrack slots don't have -- such as oceanfront hotels, top-name entertainment, gourmet restaurants and spas -- that are designed to attract people for several days instead of several hours.”
“(This version UPDATES throughout and corrects quote in 4th graf to "oceanfront," sted beachfront, and "oceanview" sted beach view.)”
“Tazz said if MVP loses his bonus, he'll have to return a lot of his more spendy items such as oceanfront condos in Miami, custom jewelry, cars, and more.”
“oceanfront" doesn't matter … because it is property in Colorado! by mikee April 13, 2010 at 11: 18 pm”
“A large oceanfront parcel is becoming exceedingly rare along the southern coast of Maine,' says Mr. Davisson.”
“A large oceanfront parcel is becoming exceedingly rare along the southern coast of Maine," says Mr. Davisson.”
“Three-bedroom units range from $10,000 to $30,000 a month and can go for as much as $75,000 a month for certain oceanfront properties.”
“Known as the Coney Island Brighton Beach Open Water Swimmers, or Cibbows for short, the group considers the stretch of Brooklyn's oceanfront an ideal spot to prepare for endurance swimming in waters as disparate and famous as the Bering Strait and the Beagle Channel.”
“The press has run exposés on his privileged upbringing, his "oceanfront" vacation home, his use of private jets.”
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