from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. The area adjacent to a harbor.

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  • adj. Located on or near a harbor


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harbor +‎ -side


  • More A Home Fit for a Princeling : A $32.4 million harborside mansion in Sydney

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  • Sprinkled across Durban, in suburban houses, harborside flats and shantytown shacks, were females with debts to the Indian gangster.

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  • Scott Pasquini was still in the harborside restaurant when the second tower collapsed.

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  • Now, they toil away in enormous harborside warehouses, or along the industrial canals of nearby Schiedam just over the city line.

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  • You live there, so have more information than I, but a year ago when we were checking it out, the harborside homes that were going up were $1M oro (US) or so and the nice homes on the hillside were more than $250K oro.

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  • It's usually windy harborside, so you bring a sweater or jacket unless it's really balmy outside.

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  • If a billionaire buys a yacht with his tax savings, he creates jobs for the boat builders, the crew, and at the harborside brasserie that serves up his club pate.

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  • Li's $3 billion Cyberport envisions a community of high-tech homes, offices and Disneyesque exhibition halls, all connected by the latest optical fiber and coaxial cable on 64 harborside acres in western Hong Kong.

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  • Did the ladies twirling their parasols as they walked along the harborside even notice, around 1905, when the battleships suddenly turned gray?

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  • Thanks to the construction of the Elbphilharmonie, a dramatic harborside concert hall designed by the Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron, scheduled to open in 2010, Hamburg is set to attract new attention to its musical institutions.

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