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lakeside

[leyk-sahyd] /ˈleɪkˌsaɪd/
adjective
1.
located on the side of a lake:
a lakeside resort.
noun
2.
land bordering a lake:
a summer cottage on the lakeside.
Origin of lakeside
1550-1560
First recorded in 1550-60; lake1 + side1

Lakeside

[leyk-sahyd] /ˈleɪkˌsaɪd/
noun
1.
a town in SW California, near San Diego.
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  • He hoped Helen might have news from the shanty by the lakeside.

    The Secret of the Storm Country Grace Miller White
  • There was a fire-engine, but it was nearly half a mile from the lakeside settlement.

    A Mortal Antipathy Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
  • But the ladies at lakeside did not even betray this feeling.

    The Marriage of Elinor Margaret Oliphant
  • He discovered her as an infant in a basket of flowers at the lakeside.

  • Up to 1914 the gas boring of lakeside had furnished all the gas required.

    A. D. 2000 Alvarado M. Fuller

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