Recent Examples of beachcomber from the Web
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, noted beachcomber, may or may not have been fired from his radio gig.
Over the past few months, Oregon beachcombers have discovered something odd blanketing their beaches.
Beachcombers all around were yelling to the people in the water, attempting to alert them to the presence of the sharks, but the waders didn't speak English, Blanks said.
The beachcombers are always welcome to enjoy the school grounds on the Linwood campus and enjoy a safe walk to the Linwood Rec Center.
The most imminent danger now is to beachcombers who fail to pick up after their dogs.
In the past two months, Shabab militants have claimed responsibility for attacks that have killed more than 150 people, including Kenyan soldiers stationed at a remote desert outpost and beachcombers in Mogadishu.
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BEACHCOMBER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of beachcomber for English Language Learners
: a person who walks along beaches looking for things (such as seashells or items that can be sold)
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