the land along the edge of a lake: Property along the lakefront is more expensive every year.
- Also called lakeshore.
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How to use lakefront in a sentence
Turns out, the Land of 10,000 Lakes has plenty of lakefront dispersed camping, too.
Expect anything from a pleasant 50 degrees to a scorching 90 degrees, with winds from any direction—which can be significant on the lakefront.
The bike and run course also offer glimpses of the spectacular lakefront and surrounding mountains.These Are the Most Stunning Triathlons in the World | cobrien | October 24, 2021 | Outside Online
Osnos’s father flourished in the booming new business of air conditioning, and by the early 1950s his parents were building a lakefront vacation home in New Jersey.Dispatch from the front lines of war and publishing | Steven Roberts | May 28, 2021 | Washington Post
With rain in the forecast, I was excited to finally try sleeping in one of the park’s many hiking shelters, a spartan wooden shack with a screen on the lakefront side to ward off mosquitoes.
In the Season Two finale, he trailed Brody and Carrie to the lakefront cabin.‘Homeland’: The 7 Plot Points You Need to Remember for the Season 3 Premiere | Andrew Romano | September 27, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The slope dropped sharply to a quiet lakefront framed by dark pines.Gone Fishing | James H. Schmitz