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adjective as in coastal

noun as in beach

noun as in coast

noun as in seashore

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Example Sentences

I will be dreaming of a seaside vacation—and the tangy refreshment to go with it—as I listen to this breezy bossa nova-styled number.

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David, whose father is dead, helps his mother run the family’s seaside boating-goods shop.

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Its cruise port and proximity to seaside towns attracted hordes of day-trippers, who spent less money and flooded the city center.

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Without Ocean Adventure, we wouldn’t be able to enjoy a local seaside getaway with dogs, kids and plenty of living space.

Another summer palace being constructed in the seaside city of Marmaris is reported to cost an additional $85 million.

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Tallinn feels palpably Scandinavian with its polished old-town brick, seaside positioning and glut of cool cafes.

Two hundred girls are weaving in and out of dirty alleys in the seaside slum of West Point, Liberia.

The glamour of the seaside resort has long since been eclipsed by spectacular violence.

In the tiny seaside town of Yacahts, Oregon, Buck Henderson is ready to die.

Set a year after the rest of the season, the staff takes an outing to the seaside.

In Seaside Park there is also a soldiers' and sailors' monument, and in the vicinity are many fine residences.

And at his seaside lodgings he examined more narrowly the portion whence the pattern had been taken.

In fine weather there is always a charm about the seaside, even on the barest and least picturesque coast.

It is quite a little seaside place, where people who want to be quiet go for bathing in the summer.

It invited Rhoda, if her father would consent, to visit the Bodkins during the remainder of their stay at the seaside.


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On this page you'll find 120 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to seaside, such as: marshy, along a coast, littoral, marginal, riverine, and skirting.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.