Definition of lakeshore
: the shore of a lake; also : lakefront
Examples of lakeshore in a Sentence
Follow this path to the lakeshore.
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Officials said troops have cleared about 90 percent of Marawi, a scenic lakeshore city with a population of more than 200,000, many of whom have fled to crowded evacuation camps in outlying towns.
Take the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, under which the EPA seeks to work with the states and Canada to restore degraded lakeshore areas.
Restoration construction within McCormick and Janes ravines and along the lakeshore has already begun, and this requires complete closure of lakefront access through June of 2017.
Strong southwest winds are to become established by Tuesday, allowing a surge of humid, 80-degree air to overspread the region, including lakeshore areas.
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Definition of Lakeshore
town east of Windsor on the southern shore of Lake Saint Clair in southeastern Ontario, Canada population 34,546
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Definition of lakeshore for English Language Learners
: the shore of a lake
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