- land bordering a lake: a summer cottage on the lakeside.
Origin of lakeside
- a town in SW California, near San Diego.
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Examples from the Web for lakeside
Lakeside in Texas, baked by the heat, Louganis described how Red Bull got him to lend his credibility to the competition.The World Series of Cliff Diving Takes Itself Very Seriously
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Traditionally, this means a lakeside retreat complete with cabins, crafts, and nature-filled activities.The Wildest Summer Camps for Kids
April 28, 2014
He recalls that residents of Eagar opened their homes to evacuees from Pinetop and Lakeside.Arizona Fires: Mormons Mobilize to Help
Terry Greene Sterling
June 11, 2011
For most, the lakeside area is too remote; the delivery too logistically complicated.Inside Congo's Floating Hospital
March 2, 2011
We are partners to the lakeside communities and advocate for the needs of the lake and her people.The Solution Is in Your Hands
March 2, 2011
He hoped Helen might have news from the shanty by the lakeside.The Secret of the Storm Country
Grace Miller White
There was a fire-engine, but it was nearly half a mile from the lakeside settlement.A Mortal Antipathy
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
But the ladies at Lakeside did not even betray this feeling.The Marriage of Elinor
He discovered her as an infant in a basket of flowers at the lakeside.The Complete Opera Book
Up to 1914 the gas boring of Lakeside had furnished all the gas required.A. D. 2000
Alvarado M. Fuller