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From fore +‎ shore or fore- +‎ shore.

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foreshore (plural foreshores)

  1. The part of a shore between high water and low water, especially the beach exposed at maximum ebb spring tides.
    • 2000, Bill Bryson, Down Under: Travels in a Sunburned Country (page 397)
      It was a blessed little realm. I stopped often in the country towns – Donnybrook, Bridgetown, Busselton, Margaret River — to sit with a cup of coffee or browse through stacks of secondhand books or take a walk along a wooden pier or duney foreshore.

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