Definitions

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

  • n. Land by a lake. Also called lakeside.

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  • n. The shore of a lake.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. the shore of a lake.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the shore of a lake

Etymologies

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lake +‎ shore

Examples

  • The main lakeshore highway has been widened and improved from Chapala as far as Jocotepec.

    Lake Chapala: 2000 follow-up to saving Mexico's largest lake

  • By then, the lakeshore will be his heavenly litterbox!

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  • "If you go east, you get to the Scarborough Bluffs, then you've got the Danforth - if cuisine is your thing - and you've got the lakeshore, which isn't far either."

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  • This beach at the western end of the lakeshore is a swimming beach, although it is more popular for kayakers as a launch point to see the nearby sea caves along the Lake Superior shoreline.

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  • So, when I got there, there were 150 chimps in three different communities living on the lakeshore which is about 300 miles altogether.

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  • Yet in the villages and by the lakeshore and in the bush people go on.

    An Interview with Paul Theroux

  • A game warden approaches a fellow on the lakeshore with a 100 quart cooler (one of them big ones) filled up with Crappie.

    How About a Joke?

  • Lakeside would be well served if even one tenth of the restaurants on the lakeshore exhibited the exacting standards and presented the outstanding and innovative cuisine of Tabarka.

    Cuisine From The Costa Blanca

  • I also recommend the lakeshore drive that goes from Ihuatzio to Tzintzuntzan.

    40 days trip to cental mexico

  • Everything becomes clear once you go down to the nearby lakeshore and see the bodies bobbing around in the water.

    Urban swimming in Switzerland

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