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Origin of seaboard
OTHER WORDS FROM seaboardin·ter·sea·board, adjective
Words nearby seaboard
Example sentences from the Web for seaboard
We all know that people on the Eastern Seaboard can adopt foreign grocery concepts as their own, even if they come from Texas.Wall Street Gets Punked Again With Sprouts Farmers Market IPO|Daniel Gross|August 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Watching Sandy on her careening path toward the Eastern Seaboard scares me more than it would have 15 months ago.Bill McKibben on Why ‘Frankenstorm’ Is Just Right for Hurricane Sandy|Bill McKibben|October 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It was easy to avoid foreign entanglements when it was a small country clinging to the Eastern Seaboard of North America.
In the years before the American Revolution, few colonists on the Atlantic seaboard joined militias or even knew how to use arms.
Tens of thousands line up to pay their respects as Hurricane Danny moves slowly up the Atlantic seaboard and darkens the sky.
The Seaboard will sue the new railroad for damages for failure to have the tracks into the cuttings on time.
Contract with the Seaboard folks makes it look like it would pay eighteen, twenty per cent on the investment, maybe more.
One is apt to forget that Old Castile is one of the provinces having a northern seaboard.Spanish Life in Town and Country|L. Higgin and Eugne E. Street
Or would he move his right flank along the Blue Ridge, crowding Lee to the seaboard?The Boys of '61|Charles Carleton Coffin.
As it draws nearer we see that it is a caravan of wild animals on their way from the interior to the seaboard.
British Dictionary definitions for seaboard
- land bordering on the sea; the seashore
- (as modifier)seaboard towns