riverfront

[riv-er-fruhnt]

noun

the land or property along a river; the section of a city or town along a river.

adjective

of or relating to the riverfront.

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Contemporary Examples of riverfront

Historical Examples of riverfront

  • Timbermen and loggers gather no more for revelry at the riverfront saloon.

  • When he had filled his pipe, he turned toward the riverfront.

    Caravans By Night

    Harry Hervey

  • Without glancing toward the junk shop, they walked on to the riverfront.

  • The flash had temporarily blinded him, but reflexes honed in dozens of riverfront brawls took over.

    Shaman

    Robert Shea

  • The riverfront of this plateau is cut by sundry sloughs and ravines, which were at that time overflowed by back-water.

    From Fort Henry to Corinth

    Manning Ferguson Force