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  • n. Alternative spelling of seafront.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The side or edge of the land bordering on the sea; also, the side, as of a building, which looks toward the sea.

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Examples

  • But many other communities failed to heed the lessons of history, and lived on the sea-front behind man-made barricades.

    Japanese towns reconsider sea walls after deadly tsunami

  • In ancient Jaffa, there are tours of Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas's starkly elegant Peres Center for Peace a shimmering, sea-front glass and concrete confection right. batim-il.org

    Come in, We're Open

  • Rona Watch In ancient Jaffa, there are tours of Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas's starkly elegant Peres Center for Peace a shimmering, sea-front glass and concrete confection.

    Open House

  • Now, braving the tunnel on foot has become one of the only ways for people to reach Ishinomaki's port area, which includes the neighborhood of Sakanamachi, or "Fish Town," a blue-collar district of sea-front factories, fishing operations and warehouses.

    In Tsunami Zone, A Tunnel Between Life and Chaos

  • Built it was, on its sea-front, like any island fortress, with walled coral-rock to oppose the sea and chance marauders from the sea, and with launching ways through the walls for the long canoes.

    CHAPTER XI

  • Combining world-class facilities with a Caribbean setting, the Paradisus Palma Real features luxury suites, spa facilities, health center, sea-front pool, a casino, nightly entertainment and remarkable dining.

    Top 10 All-Inclusive Resorts! « Happy Healthy Hip Parenting

  • Its well-appointed sea-front (malec√≥n) and boat harbor are only a few blocks from the mission.

    Loreto and San Javier: From Sun, Sand and Snorkeling to Museums, Missions and Mountains.

  • We were booked into a sea-front hotel just outside Athens.

    Crossing Mandelbaum Gate

  • Tel Aviv's power spot, it's a slim sea-front bistro where moguls seal deals in a medley of languages.

    Middle Eastern Promises

  • She had gone out to be alone, and had walked for two hours through the streets and down the rain-swept, deserted sea-front till the gathering darkness and the rain had driven her home, to change her shoes and stockings for her evening's work in the snack-bar.

    In Spite of Their Declaration of Bombs

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