Definition of seaboard
: seacoast; also : the country bordering a seacoast
Examples of seaboard in a Sentence
He lives on the eastern seaboard.
Recent Examples of seaboard from the Web
Until then, Mainieri and his staff are staying posted on the returning Tigers playing in summer collegiate leagues, many on the eastern seaboard.
The news spread up the Eastern seaboard gradually, reaching Connecticut by July 12, Rhode Island by July 13, and Massachusetts and New Hampshire by July 16.
Starting this fall, that may be the new reality for whales, fish, and other marine life off the eastern seaboard, if the Trump administration’s plans go ahead.
Southeast Asian nation seeking to develop eastern seaboardThai Industry Minister says initiatives ‘
Farther out, forecasters are watching a cluster of showers and thunderstorms associated with a strong tropical wave rolling hundreds of miles south of the Cabo Verde Islands, closer to the coast of Africa than the eastern seaboard.
Baltimore was becoming more and more like any other city on the Eastern seaboard.
The fish, which was first found off the coast of Papua New Guinea in 1873, was spotted a second time during the scientists’ expedition near Australia's eastern seaboard, 2.5 miles below the ocean surface.
The cost of serving Australia’s biggest cities, from Perth in the west to Sydney on the eastern seaboard, will undermine Amazon’s high-volume, low-margin model, said Mortimer.
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First Known Use of seaboard
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Definition of seaboard for English Language Learners
: the part of a country that is along or near the sea
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