Examples of shoreline in a Sentence
The road runs along the shoreline.
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If you’re headed out fishing this weekend, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has tips for you: • Fish shallow waters along the shoreline. •
Forty participants pushed off from the public boat ramp heading south shortly after 9 a.m. The five-mile course hugged the shoreline and included Swan Harbor Pier.
Hedi Daoud, 7, ran up and down the shoreline of Tampier Lake in Orland Park on a recent Saturday in August eagerly trying out his new fishing skills.
After two summers ~in~ Paradise (experiencing all the highs, lows, dates, roses, and shoreline cryfests that come with the show), Bachelor vet Ashley Iaconetti sat this summer's season out.
Its earliest residents lived in an estuary 30 kilometers from the Pacific shoreline but still ate mostly shark, seabirds, marine fish, and sea lions, and their artifacts resemble those at other coastal sites.
Men and women dressed mostly in black began setting up tents, sound equipment and cameras on the foggy shoreline before 7 a.m. They were soon joined by a group of men in suits, one notably bald.
Global Draw Santa Monica Beach Among California’s most popular beaches, Santa Monica’s namesake shoreline attracts some 17 million people a year from around the county and the world.
An onshore wind will keep readings in the 70s along the Lake Michigan shoreline.
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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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