from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A view of shore scenery or an artistic representation of it.
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- noun A
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
Flapping fish, stunned lobsters an other sea life remained stranded on what looked like a post-apocalypse beachscape.
It was still folded open on January, showing a steel-skied blustery beachscape, snow dusting the wet sand.
Amid the sun-drenched beachscape, festooned with clattering palm trees and bronzed bodies clad in fluorescent bikinis Thornburg Conrad III and Ham devised their plan to reinvent the world as they knew it.
As I reached city limits, the traffic thinned to allow me to speed past a spectacularly ugly refinery and across a no-man's land of empty beachscape with a parking lot where dozens of RVs congregated like some post-apocalyptic civilization.
Stars, 2008, is a fairly intact beachscape accented with snowflakelike bursts of pale blue and purple.
What Wavves 'Nathan Williams vividly renders on cassette and aluminum isn't the Beach Boys' carefree beachscape, with its bathing beauties, surfboard-wielding Adonises, and pinks-on-the-line drag races.