West Coast

NOUN
  1. the western seaboard of the United States from Washington to southern California
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How To Use West Coast In A Sentence

  • Rob also reckons that the south-west coast of Ireland has some of the best sailing grounds in the world - particularly around Roaring Water Bay in West Cork.
  • The moon passing through the outer region of the Earth's shadow, known as the penumbra, will be visible from Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia's west coast at Stars and Stripes
  • The far northwest coast of Tasmania is a wild place. Times, Sunday Times
  • The capital of the overseas territory of French Polynesia, a port on the northwest coast of Tahiti in the Society Islands of the southern Pacific Ocean.
  • I had been planning a trip to the West Coast.
  • The hair of coastal wolves also appears to be coarser and better at shedding water, perhaps to cope with the heavy rainfall on the west coast.
  • Also look out for Ireland's finest west coast harmonisers, The Thrills and gritty US punk duo, The Kills on the evening session stage.
  • I know the west coasters want to keep everyone out of the area except themselves, but I had hoped we had gone beyond the little Scotlander idea.
  • On the west coast, Vancouver has long been a gastronomic capital. Times, Sunday Times
  • The admission of the Brisbane Bears and the West Coast Eagles into the Victorial Football League was the most significant step in the stuttering progress towards a national competition.
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