beachgoer

noun
beach·​go·​er | \ ˈbēch-ˌgō-ər How to pronounce beachgoer (audio) \

Definition of beachgoer

: a person who frequently goes to the beach

Examples of beachgoer in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The beachgoer contacted the Hollywood Police Department, the statement said, who then turned the packages filled with cocaine over to Border Patrol agents. Dakin Andone, CNN, "Border Patrol seized over $1 million worth of cocaine after it washed up on a Florida beach," 30 Aug. 2020 That’s the same organization that flies that outsized battle flag by I-65 north of Montgomery so every beachgoer passing through can assume the worst of our state. Kyle Whitmire, al, "NASCAR and the GOP have the same problem. Only one is trying to do something about it.," 24 June 2020 They can be carried backpack-style which every beachgoer will appreciate and can be adjusted to four different positions. Amanda Tarlton, USA TODAY, "25 game-changing beach essentials you need this summer," 19 June 2020 The number of beachgoers will be limited and umbrellas must be at least 13 feet apart. Geir Moulson, BostonGlobe.com, "Europeans soak up the sun but virus travel rules a mishmash," 25 May 2020 The county also plans to increase law enforcement presence on Memorial Day weekend, which usually sees packed crowds of beachgoers. Rebecca Hennes, Houston Chronicle, "Galveston County Sheriff's Office increasing patrol for Go Topless Jeep Weekend," 14 May 2020 Some of the state's beaches have reopened in recent weeks, with some restrictions, drawing crowds of beachgoers. NBC News, "Hospital ship discharges few remaining patients before NY exit," 27 Apr. 2020 The safest scenario would be visiting a relatively local beach that has measures in place to limit the number of beachgoers and keep them distanced on the beach. Cassie Shortsleeve, Condé Nast Traveler, "Is It Safe to Go to the Beach? Experts Weigh In," 22 May 2020 After throngs of beachgoers descended on the shores, Gov. Gavin Newsom temporarily closed the beaches in Orange County, ABC7 Los Angeles reported. Alison Fox, Travel + Leisure, "Los Angeles Beaches Are Reopening — What to Know (Video)," 12 May 2020

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First Known Use of beachgoer

1917, in the meaning defined above

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“Beachgoer.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/beachgoer. Accessed 8 Mar. 2021.

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