[ UK /sˈiːsa‍ɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈsiˌsaɪd/ ]
  1. the shore of a sea or ocean regarded as a resort
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How To Use seaside In A Sentence

  • And the Kent seaside town is not alone. The Sun
  • This is an expense you might not have considered when thinking about moving to the seaside.
  • And the seaside is that little bit wilder than most people are aware of. Times, Sunday Times
  • The residents of a small seaside town are celebrating the anniversary of their town's birth when a pea souper comes rolling in with some ‘scary’ folk out for revenge on the wrongs that were done to them many moons ago.
  • Some of the most rapidly growing towns in the mid-nineteenth century were the very antithesis of industrial centres: these were the seaside resorts, fashionable spas, and tourist attractions, such as Rome.
  • After 40 million of restoration its replacement has risen to bring the seaside pier into the 21st century. Times, Sunday Times
  • Only a handful of endangered species, such as the Tecopa pupfish, the longjaw cisco, and the dusky seaside sparrow, have ever been taken off the list because they went extinct.
  • We were in Blackpool for a silly day trip, a tacky, idiotic day out to the seaside to frisk on the sands in mid-July.
  • It feels like the ghost of a seaside resort. Times, Sunday Times
  • Unlike the early birds, the dawning of each day finds me still abed, nested in my covers and dreamily counting waves; this is a psychological response to the soothing sigh of a slight swell nibbling at the beach a few yards from my seaside bed. Good morning, Melaque: one day in a small Mexico beach town
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