streamside

noun
stream·​side | \ ˈstrēm-ˌsīd How to pronounce streamside (audio) \

Definition of streamside

: the land bordering on a stream

Examples of streamside in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web At Montauk, trout are cleaned streamside and the heads and entrails flung back into the water. T. Edward Nickens, Field & Stream, "Ozark Mountain Fishing Adventure," 9 June 2020 In the spring, as snowmelt lifts and breaks ice into truck-size blocks, the creek mutters in the dark, tectonic plates of ice clocking and grinding their way downstream, flattening willows and scarring the trunks of streamside cottonwoods. Andrew Mckean, Outdoor Life, "Willow Creek: An Obscure Stream Shapes Life, Death, and Landscape," 16 Apr. 2020 Recent entries include a streamside location in Highland Hills, the Snake Hill property adjacent to Parma’s Sandy Hook Playground and the Dusty Goldenrod Preserve in Highland Heights -- the only known location for the rare plant in Ohio. cleveland, "West Creek Conservancy’s ‘nature fixes’ encourage social distancing, highlight lesser-known greenspaces," 1 May 2020 On days when the snow blows sideways, pheasants and grouse will be tucked into streamside cover, watching for danger from overland, not from below. Andrew Mckean, Outdoor Life, "Willow Creek: An Obscure Stream Shapes Life, Death, and Landscape," 16 Apr. 2020 Volunteer to help improve streamside habitat by planting more than 6,000 native trees and shrubs, mulching young plantings and removing invasive weeds. oregonlive, "Homes and gardens events around Portland: Antique and Collectible Show, workshops, pruning demos and more," 6 Mar. 2020 The streamside campsite was basic: a giant blue tarp hoisted on bamboo supports over an earthen bunker that Lang’s father had once hacked out of the mountainside. National Geographic, "This Vietnamese national park is a spice lover’s dream," 18 Jan. 2020 Humans and bears also manage to co-exist at Anan on the hiking trail from the boat to the streamside decks. David G. Molyneaux, miamiherald, "You want Alaska up close and wild? Watch out for hungry bears and calving glaciers | Miami Herald," 12 May 2018 Humans and bears also manage to co-exist at Anan on the hiking trail from the boat to the streamside decks. David G. Molyneaux, miamiherald, "You want Alaska up close and wild? Watch out for hungry bears and calving glaciers | Miami Herald," 12 May 2018

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First Known Use of streamside

1844, in the meaning defined above

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23 Jun 2020

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“Streamside.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/streamside. Accessed 2 Jul. 2020.

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