Definition of lakefront
: an area fronting on a lake
Examples of lakefront in a Sentence
We went for a walk down at the lakefront.
Recent Examples of lakefront from the Web
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.
The Young Columbians will perform on the lakefront stage at 8 p.m., with long-time piano accompanist Patricia Hammer.
At 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday (June 21), rain cut loose at the New Orleans lakefront, with a tornado warning beeping on the iPhones of residents.
CBS Chicago reports third-grader Christian Clark spent a day roaming the lakefront, looking for dastardly villains to battle, like The Joker, while dressed as a super hero named Super Black.
Robert Grassel moved into a lakefront property near Greenview 12 years ago on Memorial Day.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — The teenage driver fatally shot by a sheriff’s deputy at Milwaukee’s lakefront was a suspect in an exchange of gunfire with a man one day earlier, police said Wednesday.
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Definition of lakefront for English Language Learners
: the land beside a lake
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