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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshorelineshore‧line /ˈʃɔːlaɪn $ ˈʃɔːr-/ noun [countable, uncountable]  the land along the edge of a large area of water such as an ocean or lake the bay’s 13,000 km of shoreline
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shorelineIt is here that the road pulls you back to the pounding sea and a shoreline littered with huge driftwood logs.Coast and shoreline classifications have usually had one of three bases, descriptive, numerical or genetic.Her home consists of two battered green fishing boats tied together a few feet off a stretch of garbage-strewn Nile shoreline.The reeds grow along a 50-mile stretch of shoreline.Most mornings she liked to head up along the shoreline or follow one of the trails out toward the fire tower.Then I must have collapsed at the shoreline.There were a few wooden beach huts down by the shoreline.The buildings started a whisker away from the shoreline.Ducks and geese are stripping the shoreline of vegetation, triggering erosion that muddies the shallow lake.
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