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riverside

[riv-er-sahyd] /ˈrɪv ərˌsaɪd/
noun
1.
a bank of a river.
adjective
2.
on or near a bank of a river.
Origin of riverside
1325-1375
First recorded in 1325-75, riverside is from the Middle English word river-syde. See river1, side1

Riverside

[riv-er-sahyd] /ˈrɪv ərˌsaɪd/
noun
1.
a city in SW California.
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  • Aren't there any more apartments to be had on riverside Drive?

    Nobody Louis Joseph Vance
  • And he would throw himself down on the ground by the riverside.

  • He had built for her a riverside hut in the compound where she dwelt in perfect seclusion.

    Almayer's Folly Joseph Conrad
  • Yet Dain was always about the house, but he seldom stayed long by the riverside.

    Almayer's Folly Joseph Conrad
  • In a moment the settlement was again alive with people rushing to the riverside.

    Almayer's Folly Joseph Conrad
British Dictionary definitions for riverside

Riverside

/ˈrɪvəˌsaɪd/
noun
1.
a city in SW California. Pop: 281 514 (2003 est)
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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Word Origin and History for riverside
n.

c.1400, from river + side (n.).

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