Examples of beachfront in a Sentence
We went for a walk along the beachfront.
the town's beachfront extends for more than a mile
Recent Examples of beachfront from the Web
It's been a constant battle in some parts of Florida, with property owners in some cases going so far as to try to rope off parts of the beachfront to keep people away.
Aqua-Aston will happily offer a refund or transfer you to one of more than 40 other properties, including three on the Big Island, like the beachfront condos at Aston Kona by the Sea (from $180).
Named after the farmer and family who settled on the land in the 1600s, Sherwood became a shore park in 1914, and has since grown into a 235-acre recreation area with more than a mile of beachfront.
Kevin Durant of the Golden State Warriors has paid $12.05 million for his own slice of beachfront in Malibu.
Dyken said the city's beachfront is poised to continue adding new development.
Police and residents were collecting seaweed in a cleanup drive on the beachfront, pipes were being laid, and construction had begun to widen the island’s main road.
Police and residents were collecting seaweed in a cleanup drive on the beachfront, pipes were being laid, and construction had begun to widen the island's main road.
Now the beachfront is maintained jointly by the club and Hawaii County, as part of a compromise struck with community activists for the development to be approved.
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BEACHFRONT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of beachfront for English Language Learners
: an area of land that has a beach on one side
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