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
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.
Power lines would be fried by solar particles, plunging the eastern seaboard into a blackout that could take a year to fix.
Seaboard manager John Novotny, an assistant baseball coach at Baker University, is the league’s other new manager.
Using half-inch, black-and-white tape, Spencer had been making videos on local environmental issues along the Eastern seaboard, and quickly discovered the political power of the medium.
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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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