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lakeshore

[leyk-shawr, -shohr]
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noun
  1. lakefront.

Origin of lakeshore

First recorded in 1790–1800; lake1 + shore1
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Examples from the Web for lakeshore

Historical Examples

  • Five minutes later they were at the main pier on the lakeshore.

    Helen in the Editor's Chair</p>

    Ruthe S. Wheeler

  • He liked this lakeshore country and he intended to stay in it.

    The Spell of the White Sturgeon

    James Arthur Kjelgaard

  • A loon called in its strange, unearthly note from the lakeshore.

  • From here we gain a fine view of the south end of the lakeshore.

    The Lake of the Sky

    George Wharton James

  • He imagined the city gridded up with junk equipment, radiating Internet access from the lakeshore to the outer suburbs.


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