- the land immediately adjacent to the sea.
Origin of seacoast
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Examples from the Web for seacoast
The rocky northern shore of Lake Superior north of Duluth, Minnesota—it looks like the Maine seacoast.Charles Baxter: How I Write
August 7, 2013
And from every seacoast town of Cofachique went bowmen and spearsmen.The Trail Book
It has a seacoast of about 200 miles on the Bight of Biafra.
You have only a little fringe of settlements along the seacoast.Daughters of the Revolution and Their Times
Charles Carleton Coffin
The products of the seacoast and the interior were interchanged.Steve and the Steam Engine
Sara Ware Bassett
The largest caliber piece was the ponderous 13-inch seacoast mortar.Artillery Through the Ages
- land bordering on the sea; a coast
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