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seashore

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseashoresea‧shore /ˈsiːʃɔː $ -ʃɔːr/ noun   the seashore
Examples from the Corpus
seashoreWhat can you find at a seashore?Paint a big ocean and seashore.From the window of Kate's room they watched Mrs Blakey on the distant seashore throwing driftwood for the setters.Telemachus in despair went far away along the seashore and as he walked he prayed to Athena.Her parents and brothers waited till the sound of guns was no longer intermittent but continuous before they started for the seashore.When I was a kid I loved the seashore for its mix of beautiful, subtle colours and strong smells.It was found a few miles from his car on the seashore near Great Yarmouth.A few miles away at Ness Point near Lowestoft, the body of a man wasa found on the seashore.
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