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waterside

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nature
watersidewa‧ter‧side /ˈwɔːtəsaɪd $ ˈwɒːtər-, ˈwɑː-/ noun [singular] 🔊 🔊 DNthe area at the edge of a lake, river etcwaterside adjective 🔊 a waterside restaurant
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watersideNot a waterside bird, frequenting dry country and nesting on rocky cliffs and stream banks, sometimes on ruined buildings.It is an excellent swimmer and feeds on grasses and waterside vegetation.A big attraction of the West Country for many second home owners is the opportunity it offers for waterside living.It is based around a busy little harbour with many waterside cafes offering magnificent views across the lake to Limone.Boulders lay around the waterside, ash trees spreading finger-like leaves overhead.Mallard duck, grey wagtail and occasionally kingfishers frequent the waterside. 6.Four highly competitive tavernas, each beautifully set on the waterside, vie for your custom.Are you saying that we bundled him down to the waterside and had him hanged?
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