Definition of beachfront
: a strip of land that fronts a beach
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
The afternoon began with lunch on the Lake Forest beachfront.
Garrapata State Park is open west of Highway 1 with two miles of beachfront where sea lions, otters and gray whales make appearances, and a handful of trails are open to walkers inside Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park.
The rooms were very impressive in size, although slightly darker in color palette than the Grand Wailea, and our balcony overlooked the hotel's multiple pools and beachfront for the same enviable morning views.
Kutcher and Kunis' classic California beachfront house couldn't be better-suited for a family.
Here are three: Maumee Bay State Park, in Oregon, offers nearly a half mile of beachfront.
The property, with 450 feet of beachfront, includes a three-bedroom guest house, sports court and a 55-foot swimming pool.
Instead of analysts staring at millions of images of coastlines and beachfronts, computers could digitally pore over images, calculating baselines for elevation and other features of the landscape.
A riverbank that was once a tangle of cottonwoods and brush has been transformed into a family-friendly sandy beachfront.
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First Known Use of beachfront
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Definition of beachfront for English Language Learners
: an area of land that has a beach on one side
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