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From beach +‎ side


beachside (not comparable)

  1. (rare) Bordering a beach
    beachside property
    • 2010, JoAnna Christine Daniels, The Gateway, →ISBN, page 6:
      Very beachside. His mother always had a flair for interior design.
    • 2015, Sean Connolly, Senegal, →ISBN, page 111:
      If you'd rather be beachside than poolside, scuba, surfing and fishing are all easily arranged from here.
    • 2015, Rough Guides, The Rough Guide to Thailand's Beaches and Islands, →ISBN:
      Among its bungalows, the cheapest are simple wooden affairs well off the beach, while the priciest are beachside, a/c and cottage-like.
    • 2017 February 20, Paul Mason, “Climate scepticism is a far-right badge of honour – even in sweltering Australia”, in the Guardian[1]:
      Temperatures in the western suburbs of Sydney, far from the upmarket beachside glamour, reached 47C (117F) last week, topping the 44C I experienced there the week before. For reference, if it reached 47C in the middle of the Sahara desert, that would be an unusually hot day.


beachside (countable and uncountable, plural beachsides)

  1. The land bordering a beach.

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