American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The area adjacent to a quay or wharf or a system of quays, especially in a port city.
- n. An area alongside a quay
- quay + side (Wiktionary)
“The long road fronting the quayside was a riot of noise and color and people.”
“On the quayside is the old Priory Mill, now called Place Mill, which is mentioned in the Domesday Survey.”
“No. That grizzled, tough old lumberman who toted you along up from the quayside is the brain of this organisation.”
“The looming bow of this huge vessel now sits within touching distance of a quayside house.”
“Albion Quayside, London, is 5.5 hectares of flood-resilient quayside, park, marina and 850 houses in the Thames Gateway – the U.K.'s biggest regeneration area stretching 40 miles downstream from London along the Thames Estuary.”
“Car-free Burgazada can be toured by horse and buggy, or you could do as we did and just hang out by the pool until it was time for dinner on the quayside.”
“With little traffic around, we zoomed along, parking right on the quayside in St. Tropez.”
“Nearby on the quayside, fire brigade divers were readying a jetski for the rescue effort.”
“The quayside photograph, number 83, is for the foot-fetishists of Stony Creek, who are not always catered for in art shows.”
“Hundreds of guests gathered by the quayside in southern England's port city Southampton, the home port of Cunard's 92,000-tonne ocean liner.”
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