seashore

[ US /ˈsiˌʃɔɹ/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːʃɔː/ ]
NOUN
  1. the shore of a sea or ocean
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How To Use seashore In A Sentence

  • Experts warn overdevelopment is threatening the golden seashores in Hainan island, the popular sub-tropical tourist destination.
  • Baked Scottish Salmon with Seashore Vegetables, Broad Beans, Herb Garden Salad, Mayonnaise and Wild Garlic-scented Irish Soda bread.
  • The morning is spent gathering food which grows wild in fields, hedgerows and on the seashore.
  • Places with mountains, lakes, seashores, and nice climates are, naturally, the most popular destinations.
  • The seashore hotel charged the travelers $20 for a room for the night during the summer holiday.
  • 'She sells seashells on the seashore' is a well-known tongue twister.
  • Instead, why not spend the first three nights closer to the Wine Country and the national seashore?
  • Also in the same third year of Ten-in, a great tree-trunk, one hundred and fifty feet long, was stranded on the seashore near a shrine called Ube-no-yashiro, at Miyanoshita-mura, which is in Inaba. Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan First Series
  • Its mild maritime climate, colorful seashore resorts and hospitable habitants attract people to come to travel, recess, or spend their senectitude.
  • Passage begins on a wide seashore backed with dunes against a cloudless sky.
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