Examples of lakefront in a Sentence
We went for a walk down at the lakefront.
Recent Examples of lakefront from the Web
But that line of thought seems to be evaporating amidst the whirring of wet-dry vacuums that come out along the lakefront even after relatively minor weather events.
Photos of Northwestern's new lakefront athletic facility, the Ryan Fieldhouse and Walter Athletics Center, scheduled to open in 2018 in Evanston.
Oakville, which has nearly 200,000 residents, has a lakefront walking path, two harbors, restaurants, museums, art galleries, boutiques, a square used for tree lighting at Christmas and a piazza.
His wife, Jane Sanders, has hired a lawyer to represent her as federal authorities look into a $10 million sale of about 33 acres of lakefront property by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington to Burlington College.
Magellan would partner with Australia's Lendlease to build three residential high-rises — of approximately 80, 50 and 40 stories — near the lakefront.
Summerfest has been rocking Milwaukee's lakefront for 50 editions.
Designating economic development districts around riverfronts, lakefronts and historical districts is a common way to work around the liquor quota system in Indiana.
Through July 1, JazzAscona will have 200 free concerts along the lakefront, a European homage to New Orleans-style music.
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Definition of lakefront for English Language Learners
: the land beside a lake
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