a former British territory in W Africa; now a part of Ghana.
a wealthy residential area along a shore, as in Florida between Miami and Palm Beach or in Chicago along the shore of Lake Michigan.
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How to use Gold Coast in a sentence
So too does Inherent Vice, which is something like a love letter written in pot smoke to the Gold Coast.
Because no one knows you in this Gold Coast, with exception of him.
Among the tribes of the Gold Coast of Africa the wives of men who have gone to war make a daily procession through the town.The Science of Fairy Tales | Edwin Sidney Hartland
And the ordeal to which he must submit, is equal in cruelty to those of the Gold Coast.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies | Robert Gordon Latham
Bosman assures us, that along the Gold Coast they are often found larger than a lobster, and that their sting is inevitably fatal.The Book of Curiosities | I. Platts
Ten years had nearly elapsed since slavery on the Gold Coast, as in all other British dominions, was abolished.Recollections of Thirty-nine Years in the Army | Charles Alexander Gordon
British Dictionary definitions for Gold Coast
the former name (until 1957) of Ghana
a line of resort towns and beaches in E Australia, extending for over 30 km (20 miles) along the SE coast of Queensland and the NE coast of New South Wales
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