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.
- n. alternative spelling of seafront.
“But many other communities failed to heed the lessons of history, and lived on the sea-front behind man-made barricades.”
“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”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“Its well-appointed sea-front (malecón) and boat harbor are only a few blocks from the mission.”
“We were booked into a sea-front hotel just outside Athens.”
“Tel Aviv's power spot, it's a slim sea-front bistro where moguls seal deals in a medley of languages.”
“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.”
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