American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The seashore.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The land bordering on the sea; the country adjacent to the sea or near it: often used adjectively: as, a seaside residence or home.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The land bordering on, or adjacent to, the sea; the seashore. Also used adjectively.
- n. the shore of a sea or ocean regarded as a resort
- sea + side (Wiktionary)
“Bus and tram drivers in seaside resort could walk out after pair told to lose 3kg (7lb) within month”
“I grew up in seaside towns, and as you may imagine we travelled through many of them.”
“White Knight White Knight Acceptable in seaside society towns from June 1 'til summer's end — and for winter weddings in warm-weather locales — an ivory dinner jacket is just the thing.”
“What should be a quaint, lively English seaside is far more desolate than anything Tanya and her son might have left behind in Russia.”
“I bought carnitas from the corner store (living in seaside, california means there are awesome taquerias everywhere!) and needless to say, it couldn't even compare.”
“The gifts on offer are a bit naff - the sort of thing you see on display in seaside bingo halls that you can win for a line or full house.”
“But the British seaside is struggling because the working class has grown more affluent and expects higher standards.”
“Erosion is natural in seaside areas," said three-time”
“The seaside is a kind of a Romanian California, mainly because the best vineyards are near the seashore.”
“-- This West Indian shrub is sometimes called seaside balsam or sage.”
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