OTHER WORDS FROM bicoastalbi·coast·al·ism, noun
Words nearby bicoastal
How to use bicoastal in a sentence
For anyone who tuned in to NBC’s bicoastal awards broadcast without having heard or seen anything about the controversy, things might not have seemed that different, at first.Embattled Golden Globes scramble for show of diversity|John Paul King|March 2, 2021|Washington Blade
This bicoastal event takes place in New York City (May 24 and 25) and in Las Vegas (June 20 to 22).
We often think about wine as a bicoastal phenomenon, San Francisco and New York and a couple of isolated urban areas in between.Eric Asimov Talks About New Book “How to Love Wine”|Sophie Menin|October 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST