- longs peak,
- longshore drift,
Origin of longshore
Examples from the Web for longshore
It was the voice of the Longshore Jack woman who had had those adventures with me.Martin Hyde, The Duke's Messenger|John Masefield
Our slender thread of communication with longshore happenings is often broken, and understanding is warped by conjecture.
Now then, mister, bear a hand there, ain't there longshore lubbers enough wi'out you?The Moving Finger|Mary Gaunt
He fits more with one of Jacob's tales of longshore soakers, than with the tragedies that have made him infamous.Raemaekers' Cartoons|Louis Raemaekers
As such, we may lay claim to a common liberty, and look at our seafaring selves from an average point of longshore view.