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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishriversideriv‧er‧side /ˈrɪvəsaɪd $ -ər-/ noun   the riversideriverside adjective a riverside inn
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riversideCouncillors have also turned their attention to the Skerne and are busy working on a riverside revival project.Bubonic plague is not directly associated with water, but the rats which carried it arrived by boat at riverside wharves.London's most famous riverside pub with a flagstone floor, a cobbled courtyard and great views.There is a children's play area and 13 acres of riverside, meadow and woodland walks to enjoy.On summer weekends, the lawns at Marble Hill provide a delightful setting for a series of riverside concerts.Lee felt a little puffed; the apartment was at the very top of a tall riverside block without a lift.Short rambles, mostly along the riverside, provide pleasure in surroundings of rare beauty.And £22,730 will be used to help pay for repairs to bridge steps down to the riverside at Llangollen.
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