Definition of seaside
: the district or land bordering the sea : country adjacent to the sea : seashore
Recent Examples of seaside from the Web
But along with its beauty, the seaside setting accelerates the ravages of the damp, salty air that is aging the venerated structure.
What a perfect summertime drama with its setting of coastal cliffs in an English seaside town.
Cape Sable seaside sparrows are among the planet’s most endangered birds and now number less than 3,000 living in Everglades National Park.
The path follows a topographical spiral down and around the region, crossing urban and rural areas, natural landscapes, and seaside or mountain trails.
But the British import, which again stars the superb David Tennant and Olivia Colman as detectives unraveling a mystery in a British seaside village, is much more than a TV procedural.
Ferragamo’s footwear included penny loafers or slip on moccasins with rubber soles adorned with the trademark buckle for the city or rope accents for the seaside.
Sonus celebrates five years of seaside partying Aug. 20 through 24.
Nearby, don’t miss: Alghero, a picture-perfect medley of medieval sandstone palaces, colorful campaniles, and seaside promenades directly above the crashing Mediterranean sea.
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Definition of Seaside
city on Monterey Bay in western California population 33,025
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