from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Land bordering a body of water; a bank or shore.
- adj. Of, relating to, or situated at the waterside.
- adj. Living or working along the waterside.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The land bordering a body of water
- adj. of, pertaining to or situated on a waterside
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The brink of water; the bank or margin of a river, stream, or lake; the sea-shore: sometimes used attributively.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. land bordering a body of water
Now when I would have questioned him further he put me off thus with side answers, until we were come to the waterside, which is called Deptford Creek.
And of a night, now, the parks, the byways, and the waterside were the haunts of young lovers -- stealing out together, arms round each other's waists -- the future of the world in their trembling hands.
Along the waterside are a few large stone buildings, apparently warehouses.
The Liberian Exodus. An Account of Voyage of the First Emigrants in the Bark "Azor," and Their Reception at Monrovia, with a Description of Liberia--Its Customs and Civilization, Romances and Prospects.
From the vestry books I found many notices of John Shakespeare as contributing to the expenses of the poor, first on the "waterside" of the parish, and then on the "landside"; and I believed, reasoning from a State Paper
Selecting "Restaurants" offers options to list "All" restaurants in the general area, restaurants in a specific "Neighborhood," restaurants by "Cuisine," or restaurants that rate highest in a particular category or offer certain features such as waterside views or the option to BYOB.
Stop at Aqua Grill 0696-50-30-20, a waterside shack, for grilled fish, ridiculously good fries and an icy bottle of Bière Lorraine, the local ale.
History, philosophy and poetry are particularly well represented, reflecting the slightly bohemian character of this pretty waterside town.
Some of them are in particularly spectacular locations, such as Bird How sleeps four, from £319 per week, a remote fellside cottage above the River Esk in Cumbria, and waterside Quay Cottage, the only holiday cottage on the National Trust-owned Brownsea Island in Poole harbour and already booked up for most of the year.
He and his wife, PBS executive Laura Savini, whom you may see on PBS pledge drives across the country, live in a waterside community on Long Island, New York.
Browse the HyArts Shanties Ocean Street, hyartsdistrict.com ; through Oct. 2, seven waterside mini-galleries where selected local artists sell their work.