Examples of seaboard in a Sentence
He lives on the eastern seaboard.
Recent Examples of seaboard from the Web
Wheels Up specializes in two-hour-or-less flights; South Florida members typically use it for intra-state service, flights to the Bahamas and Caribbean, including Cuba, and to cities throughout the eastern seaboard.
Once licensed, the aspiring adjuster can apply for reciprocal licenses in other states, such as other hurricane-prone Gulf states and the eastern seaboard.
For one thing, China is too dependent on its eastern seaboard and the narrow Malacca Strait near Singapore to get goods in and out of its vast territory; for example, over 80 percent of its oil goes through the Strait.
According to the guide's 200-year-old formula, the Atlantic seaboard will see big storms on January 20-23; February 4-7 and 16-19; and March 1-3.
Forecasts by the National Hurricane Center have the hurricane moving between Bermuda and the U.S. coast, but other weather systems will influence whether Maria strays closer to the Atlantic seaboard.
People are most at risk in Chile, Japan, the US west coast, and other island nations including the Solomon Islands to the western seaboard of North and South Americas.
In 1957, the group performed at Carnegie Hall, on a bill featuring the best singing groups on the eastern seaboard.
Maria's current projected path indicates the storm will bypass the eastern seaboard of the U.S. mainland.
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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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