seafront

[ UK /sˈiːfɹʌnt/ ]
[ US /ˈsifɹənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. the waterfront of a seaside town
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How To Use seafront In A Sentence

  • It is near the seafront and a leisurely stroll west will take you to Brighton. Times, Sunday Times
  • The top ten resorts guide will be also be published on the Internet, based on even more painstaking investigations into what seafronts offered to visitors.
  • A wide range of Japanese food will be on offer, as well as outdoor film screenings on a lawn near the seafront. Times, Sunday Times
  • The full desiderata of resort luxury is here, including huge seafront grounds private villas and fine dining - not to mention a spa where the healing hands are exceptional.
  • Frinton seafront was turned into an artistic display of sand sculptures, which were more than just a simple sandcastle.
  • Yet, somehow, they ended up in a pickle on the seafront.
  • The ball was a deep sepia, veneered with dirt and turf and generational sweat—it was old, bunged up, it was bashed and tobacco-juiced and stained by natural processes and by the lives behind it, weather-spattered and charactered as a seafront house. Underworld
  • Alternatively, club together with a bunch of mates and rent a superb seafront villa in Ibiza.
  • In one instance outraged neighbours fought back against plans approved by their council for a hideous burger bar on the town 's seafront. Times, Sunday Times
  • Another surprising bargain was the boat trip to see the seafront homes of the stars. The Sun
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