the land immediately adjacent to the sea.
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How to use seacoast in a sentence
The rocky northern shore of Lake Superior north of Duluth, Minnesota—it looks like the Maine seacoast.
The rather sharp air of the seacoast kissed his face, and he walked slowly, his stick under his arm and his hands behind his back.The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Volume VIII. | Guy de Maupassant
She might have been bound there, beneath the single lamp, like an olden criminal to a seacoast rock before the rising tide."Persons Unknown" | Virginia Tracy
It is the typical Ligurian coast villa, one of a species which has set the copy for many other seacoast villas and grounds.Italian Highways and Byways from a Motor Car | Francis Miltoun
Skipanon is a small creek, a branch of which Clark crossed on a log during his trip from Fort Clatsop to the seacoast.Early Western Travels 1748-1846, Volume XXX | Joel Palmer
First, the question of Acadia: whether the treaty gave England a vast country, or only a strip of seacoast.A Half Century of Conflict - Volume I | Francis Parkman
British Dictionary definitions for seacoast
land bordering on the sea; a coast
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