A rapier and a dagger found on the Thames foreshore show us that swordfights routinely broke out on the streets of London.
Now, a few rotted piles and rows of precise, flat Dutch bricks along the foreshore were all that was left of such memories.
He took her by the hand and led her across the foreshore, back to the sandhills.
The foreshore is all grey stones, round and flat, the sort you'd choose to play what's called ducks-and-drakes.
The girls went further, and stood on the foreshore, listening to the din.
The foreshore at Caman is low and marshy where the salt water covers the outer edge of the delta.
“I should estimate the land and foreshore as being worth the money,” said Tregenna.
The sandy hills behind the infant town are being levelled and the foreshore filled up.
It was occupied by a mountainous dump of the accumulated "dirt" from the foreshore.
The foreshore was honeycombed with shallow pits, shored, and timbered with rough hewn timber.
The seaward-sloping area of a shore that lies between the average high tide mark and the average low tide mark. Compare backshore.