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sea·shore

 (sē′shôr′)
n.
Land by the sea.

seashore

(ˈsiːˌʃɔː)
n
1. land bordering on the sea
2. (Physical Geography) the land between the marks of high and low water

sea•shore

(ˈsiˌʃɔr, -ˌʃoʊr)

n.
1. land along the sea.
2. the ground between the ordinary high-water and low-water marks.
[1520–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.seashore - the shore of a sea or oceanseashore - the shore of a sea or ocean    
litoral, littoral, littoral zone, sands - the region of the shore of a lake or sea or ocean
foreshore - the part of the seashore between the highwater mark and the low-water mark
landfall - the seacoast first sighted on a voyage (or flight over water)
seaboard, seaside - the shore of a sea or ocean regarded as a resort
shore - the land along the edge of a body of water
tideland - land near the sea that is overflowed by the tide
Translations
شَاطِئُ البَحْرشاطئ البَحْر
pobřeží
kyst
merenranta
morska obala
tengerpart
sjávarströnd
海岸
해안
obala
strand
ชายฝั่งทะเล
bờ biển

seashore

[ˈsiːʃɔːʳ] N (= beach) → playa f; (gen) → orilla f del mar
by or on the seashoreen la playa, a la orilla del mar

seashore

[ˈsiːʃɔːr] nrivage m, bord m de mer
on the seashore → sur le rivage

seashore

[ˈsiːˌʃɔːʳ] nriva del mare
by the seashore → in riva al mare
on the seashore → sulla riva del mare

sea

(siː) noun
1. (often with the) the mass of salt water covering most of the Earth's surface. I enjoy swimming in the sea; over land and sea; The sea is very deep here; (also adjective) A whale is a type of large sea animal.
2. a particular area of sea. the Baltic Sea; These fish are found in tropical seas.
3. a particular state of the sea. mountainous seas.
ˈseaward(s) adverb
towards the sea; away from the land. The yacht left the harbour and sailed seawards.
ˈseaboard noun
the seacoast. the eastern seaboard of the United States.
sea breeze
a breeze blowing from the sea towards the land.
ˈseafaring adjective
of work or travel on ships. a seafaring man.
ˈseafood noun
fish, especially shellfish.
adjective
seafood restaurants.
ˈseafront noun
a promenade or part of a town with its buildings facing the sea.
ˈsea-going adjective
designed and equipped for travelling on the sea. a sea-going yacht.
ˈseagull noun
a gull.
sea level
the level of the surface of the sea used as a base from which the height of land can be measured. three hundred metres above sea level.
ˈsea-lion noun
a type of large seal.
ˈseamanplural ˈseamen noun
a sailor, especially a member of a ship's crew who is not an officer.
ˈseaport noun
a port on the coast.
ˈseashell noun
the (empty) shell of a sea creature.
ˈseashore noun
the land close to the sea.
ˈseasick adjective
ill because of the motion of a ship at sea. Were you seasick on the voyage?
ˈseasickness noun
ˈseaside noun
(usually with the) a place beside the sea. We like to go to the seaside in the summer.
ˈseaweed noun
plants growing in the sea. The beach was covered with seaweed.
ˈseaworthy adjective
(negative unseaworthy) (of a ship) suitably built and in good enough condition to sail at sea.
ˈseaworthiness noun
at sea
1. on a ship and away from land. He has been at sea for four months.
2. puzzled or bewildered. Can I help you? You seem all at sea.
go to sea
to become a sailor. He wants to go to sea.
put to sea
to leave the land or a port. They planned to put to sea the next day.

seashore

شَاطِئُ البَحْر pobřeží kyst Meeresküste γιαλός orilla del mar merenranta littoral morska obala spiaggia 海岸 해안 zeekust fjære wybrzeże beira-mar морской берег strand ชายฝั่งทะเล deniz kıyısı bờ biển 海岸
References in classic literature ?
The Kings are off to the seashore tomorrow, and I'm free.
When she heard it there came before her imagination the figure of a man standing beside a desolate rock on the seashore.
You have driven their tribes from the seashore, and would now believe what their enemies say, that you may sleep at night upon an easy pillow.
I am about taking a walk to the seashore, before going to my rooms, where I misuse Heaven's blessed sunshine by tracing out human features through its agency.
In her lonesome cottage, by the seashore, thoughts visited her such as dared to enter no other dwelling in New England; shadowy guests, that would have been as perilous as demons to their entertainer, could they have been seen so much as knocking at her door.
So early the next morning the Doctor went down to the seashore.
The boy took me out in my box, about half an hours walk from the palace, towards the rocks on the seashore.
Our way lay across high mountains infested with frightful serpents, but we had the good luck to escape them and came at last to the seashore.
The sight of all these happy lovers only made the Prince grieve the more, and he wandered along the seashore spending his days; but one day he was sitting on a rock bewailing his fate, and the impossibility of leaving the island, when all in a moment the sea appeared to raise itself nearly to the skies, and the caves echoed with hideous screams.
It appears to me," said D'Artagnan, with that prudence which allied itself in him so naturally with excessive bravery, "that we could have found some retired place on the downs or the seashore.
Sometimes he weeps bitterly, sometimes laughs boisterously, at other time he passes hours on the seashore, flinging stones in the water and when the flint makes `duck-and-drake' five or six times, he appears as delighted as if he had gained another Marengo or Austerlitz.
At this moment Athos perceived a man walking on the seashore parallel to the jetty, and hastening his steps, as if to reach the other side of the port, scarcely twenty steps from the place of embarking.