Definition of oceanfront
: a shore area on the ocean
Examples of oceanfront in a Sentence
They built a house on the oceanfront.
Recent Examples of oceanfront from the Web
Late mornings are best spent reading under a shady palm, exploring the farmers' markets (fresh turmeric for days), or hiking along the oceanfront at Bathsheba.
The 757-room oceanfront resort, which includes separate tower rooms and luxury cottages and villas, is expected to formally become a part of the Curio inventory by the end of this month.
Dickey suggested allowing a portion of Gulfstream Park, a 7-acre oceanfront park between Boynton Beach and Delray Beach, to be designated clothing optional.
The main living room, the heart of the house, opens up onto an expansive deck that makes for a dreamy oceanfront entertaining space.
In addition to the oceanfront vibes, guests can also enjoy complimentary non-alcoholic refreshments and a buffet lunch.
Outdoors are an oceanfront swimming pool and spa, lawns and a patio.
The sales include luxury condos and penthouses in Las Vegas and New York and oceanfront lots near Los Angeles.
Martin Colombatto, a former executive at Broadcom Corp., is seeking $44 million for his oceanfront, 13,000-square-foot home in San Clemente.
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First Known Use of oceanfront
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Definition of oceanfront for English Language Learners
: the land that is next to the ocean
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