beach·side | \ˈbēch-ˌsīd \

Definition of beachside 

: located at a beach beachside property

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Many of the digital media industry’s largest advertising platforms — Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, to name a few — spend the week in Cannes in luxurious beachside cabanas, trying to lock down advertising deals for the back half of the year. Kurt Wagner, Recode, "Longer videos are coming to Instagram today," 20 June 2018 Toomey’s guests pay between $2,000 and $6,000 for her cathartic workouts with options for beachside massages and picturesque hikes in spots like Mustique and Mexico. Washington Post, "Wellness travel: It’s more than just staying fit on the road," 5 June 2018 Sussex also has plenty of quieter spots for beach getaways, including the smaller resort town of Eastbourne, which also has a Victorian pier, and the beachside village of West Wittering outside the city of Chichester in West Sussex. Lyndsey Matthews, Harper's BAZAAR, "Everything Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Need to Know About Sussex, England," 22 May 2018 The soup kitchen served people experiencing homelessness or otherwise struggling financially, Nicholson said, including some temporary Hampton residents who live in beachside apartments during the winter, when rents are dramatically lowered. Jeremy C. Fox,, "Hampton Beach fire destroys apartments and soup kitchen in 100-year-old building," 6 Apr. 2018 The company behind the scooters, Bird, launched in the affluent beachside city last September with little advance notice, but its product was suddenly everywhere, littering sidewalks and clogging bike paths. NBC News, "The next Uber? Scooter startups flood U.S. cities as funding pours in," 9 July 2018 My late mother was born in Sitges, a beachside village just south of Barcelona in the northeast corner of Spain. Ana Veciana-suarez, miamiherald, "My happiest memories are one with the sea," 28 June 2018 Coney Island was one of two beachside communities where the bicycles, which customers can rent and leave as they please, were supposed to start appearing later this month. Paul Berger, WSJ, "City Delays Coney Island Dockless Bike Launch," 3 July 2018 Wonder Woman put a stop to WWI in Wonder Woman, the Flossy Posse got Essence Fest started in Girls Trip, and the housewives of Monterey uncovered secrets lurking in their own beautiful, beachside mansions in Big Little Lies., "Looking Ahead To The 2019 Lineup, Will Hollywood Greenlight More Women-Led Projects?," 13 July 2018

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First Known Use of beachside

1881, in the meaning defined above

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