from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The front part of a piece of property.
- n. The land between a building and the street.
- n. Land adjacent to something, such as a building, street, or body of water.
- n. The direction in which something faces.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The front part of a property that faces the street
- n. The land between a property and the street
- n. The length of a property along a street
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The front part of an edifice or lot; extent of front.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Extent of front; the fronting part, as of a building, an inclosure, or a tract of land.
- n. That which constitutes a front; a front piece, as in a former style of female head-dress. See the extract.
- n. Land that lies along a river or creek.
- n. See + shield.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the direction in which something (such as a building) faces
- n. the face or front of a building
- n. the extent of land abutting on a street or water
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When the total real-estate occupied by the box, it's full frontage, is FOUR THOUSAND TIMES greater than the surface area of the toy inside, it's time for an intervention.
This wood frontage is quite simply sublime! (destructuration?)
Their beach frontage is right next to the public beach access, so on weekends there are a lot of locals on that section of the beach.
e main frontage rd & prospect 2221 e main frontage rd albert lea mn northtown mall 599 northtown dr ne blaine mn radison rd & 109th 2331 108th lane ne blaine mn brooklyn blvd & 55th 5512 brooklyn blvd brooklyn center mn
Seaways12 West Street, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire SA65 9AE, 01348 873433The back of this bookshop overlooks the sea; the frontage is an impressive Georgian creation.
I will not use single stands and movement trays for this project, although I may retain it for the cavalry since the frontage will be the same 1 per horse as BAR.
The Yellow Hussars are from Foundry and are based 2 per stand on 2 square bases, so the frontage is the same as BAR - thus I can use them in our games.
The frontage was our Southsea museum, the yards around the back housed our wintering circus troupe, and inside the dining hall the art department had erected a fairground marquee for interior cover.
All along the frontage was a great crowd of eager men.
Yeah, the calculations are for "frontage" rather than for area.