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lakefront

[ leyk-fruhnt ]
/ ˈleɪkˌfrʌnt /
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noun
the land along the edge of a lake: Property along the lakefront is more expensive every year.
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Also called lakeshore.

Origin of lakefront

An Americanism dating back to 1875–80; lake1 + front
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