- a bank of a river.
- on or near a bank of a river.
Origin of riverside
- a city in SW California.
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Examples from the Web for riverside
He knows it will be a work in progress forever, but hopes to add historical displays and a riverside memorial to honor the slaves.Uncovering the Secrets of St. Kitts
Debra A. Klein
June 21, 2014
His basketball team, the Riverside King, had just lost 68-60 to Compton Dominguez, and the 6-foot-7 forward dropped in 17 points.Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard Is Named NBA Finals MVP on Father’s Day, Six Years After His Dad’s Murder
June 16, 2014
I bundled Julia into a snowsuit, and we set off to Riverside Park.When An Adopted Child Won’t Attach
May 2, 2014
We lived in a comfortable house in a riverside Jewish neighbourhood in Baghdad.Throw Away That Rusty Key
May 20, 2013
Soon after that, in nearby Riverside, Dorner ambushed two local police officers who were stopped at a red light.Rogue Ex-Cop Disappears in the Snow
February 8, 2013
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.An Outcast of the Islands
He had built for her a riverside hut in the compound where she dwelt in perfect seclusion.
In a moment the settlement was again alive with people rushing to the riverside.
Yet Dain was always about the house, but he seldom stayed long by the riverside.
- a city in SW California. Pop: 281 514 (2003 est)
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Word Origin and History for riverside
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