Examples of shoreline in a Sentence
The road runs along the shoreline.
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High pressure will bring mostly sunny skies and very low humidity Thursday with the dew point in the lower 50s and temperatures in the upper 70s to the mid-80s, perfect for a trip to the shoreline or just about any other outdoor activity.
Lighthouse Beach on the east end of Sanibel almost always has those teeny, tiny shells (and a crowded shoreline).
Formerly private, there is now public access to the shoreline in many areas and spaces designed to welcome use.
Swimmers can't go barefoot when the mussels' razor-sharp shells coat a shoreline.
Grayton Beach State Park, Florida Panhandle One mile of powdery white sand shoreline and gorgeous crystal water vistas earns this Gulf of Mexico hot spot a place on the best beaches list.
White bass – fair along windy shorelines and main lake points on twister tails and crankbaits.
Here is the list of the top 10 destinations, from least to most popular: Ocean City, Md.: This beach town, located about 150 miles from Washington, D.C., has 10 miles of free shoreline and a three-mile boardwalk.
In its shadow, sea lions splash in the shallows, their distinctive barks intermingled with the crashing waves, as scarlet Sally Lightfoot crabs scuttle along the ebony shoreline and Galápagos hawks survey the scene from above.
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Definition of shoreline for English Language Learners
: the land along the edge of an area of water (such as an ocean, lake, etc.) : a coast or shore
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