lakeside

noun
lake·​side | \ ˈlāk-ˌsīd How to pronounce lakeside (audio) \

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The charming cabin, built in 1956, overlooks the water and includes a single slip dock with a lakeside patio lounging area. Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times, "Actors Anne Heche and James Tupper are giving up their Lake Arrowhead retreat," 2 Sep. 2019 Adamski’s camp, founded in 1921, was the first licensed nudist club on a lakeside in the country. Katrin Bennhold, BostonGlobe.com, "A very German idea of freedom: nude ping-pong, nude sledding, nude just about anything," 1 Sep. 2019 For those celebrating the holiday lakeside, the National Weather Service reports that water temperatures will range between upper 50s and low 70s with large variations between water depths and beach location. Marisa Peryer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Most July Fourth firework shows to have clear, dry conditions tonight," 4 July 2019 Many people are diving into crime thrillers, romance novels and other escapist entertainment this month while lounging poolside, lakeside or on the beach. Rubén Rosario, Twin Cities, "Rosario: On sex trafficking, welcoming foreigners and stressing out," 19 July 2019 On the negative side, the stadium’s lakeside location could make for some stiff breezes. Nr Editors, National Review, "Letters," 11 July 2019 Last fall, the family set up a TV on the covered lakeside porch and opened the living room’s folding glass wall to bring the inside out. Carla Jean Whitley, al.com, "This Lake Martin home is fit for a crowd," 6 July 2019 From chocolate-tasting tours to ski slopes to cathedrals, this lakeside haven caters to all tastes. Jharna Thakkar, National Geographic, "Geneva's hidden gems: the ultimate weekend itinerary," 30 May 2019 On Thursday, an alligator with an appetite crashed a couple’s lakeside date, munching on everything from guacamole and salami, to an entire block of cheese. Rachel Desantis, PEOPLE.com, "Alligator Crashes Couple's Florida Picnic, Gobbles Up Their Grapes, Cheese and Guacamole," 4 June 2019

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1560, in the meaning defined above

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