seafront

noun
sea·​front | \ ˈsē-ˌfrənt How to pronounce seafront (audio) \

Definition of seafront

: the waterfront of a seaside place

Examples of seafront in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Another crash took out a heap of riders in the dash to the line on Nice's splendid seafront. John Leicester And Samuel Petrequin, Star Tribune, "Late but still going: The strangest Tour de France sets off," 29 Aug. 2020 Those safe in mid-Atlantic townhouses or seafront mansions may have a different question: Where’s the money to be made? Kate Aronoff, The New Republic, "Who Will Get Rich Off of Hurricane Laura?," 27 Aug. 2020 The billionaire statesman was killed on February 14, 2005 when a bomb struck his motorcade near the Beirut seafront. Mostafa Salem, Nada Altaher And Ben Wedeman, CNN, "Lead suspect in assassination of Rafik Hariri, Lebanon's ex-PM, found guilty," 18 Aug. 2020 The upper-caste and upper-class residents of seafront Worli, in Bombay, are faring better than those who neighbors their high-rises, the residents of slums where entire families share a room and social distancing is not an option. Dan Chiasson, The New York Review of Books, "Pandemic Journal," 15 May 2020 The upper-caste and upper-class residents of seafront Worli, in Bombay, are faring better than those who neighbors their high-rises, the residents of slums where entire families share a room and social distancing is not an option. Dan Chiasson, The New York Review of Books, "Pandemic Journal," 15 May 2020 The upper-caste and upper-class residents of seafront Worli, in Bombay, are faring better than those who neighbors their high-rises, the residents of slums where entire families share a room and social distancing is not an option. Dan Chiasson, The New York Review of Books, "Pandemic Journal," 15 May 2020 The upper-caste and upper-class residents of seafront Worli, in Bombay, are faring better than those who neighbors their high-rises, the residents of slums where entire families share a room and social distancing is not an option. Dan Chiasson, The New York Review of Books, "Pandemic Journal," 15 May 2020 The upper-caste and upper-class residents of seafront Worli, in Bombay, are faring better than those who neighbors their high-rises, the residents of slums where entire families share a room and social distancing is not an option. Dan Chiasson, The New York Review of Books, "Pandemic Journal," 15 May 2020

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First Known Use of seafront

1878, in the meaning defined above

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10 Sep 2020

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“Seafront.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/seafront. Accessed 29 Sep. 2020.

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More Definitions for seafront

seafront

noun
How to pronounce seafront (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of seafront

: the part of a town, area, etc., that is near the sea

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