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Land by a lake. Also called lakeside.
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1. (Physical Geography)
a. the area along the edge of a lake
b. (as modifier): lakeshore properties.
2. (Physical Geography) (as modifier): lakeshore properties.
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the land at the edge of a lake.
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Noun1.lakeshore - the shore of a lakelakeshore - the shore of a lake      
shore - the land along the edge of a body of water
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* April 2002: On April 22, the Park Service announces permanent PWC bans for five of the 21 parks: Cape Cod and Cumberland Island national seashores, Delaware Water Gap and Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity national recreation areas, and Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.
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The new Kunstmuseum Luzern, housed within Jean Nouvel's Kultur- und Kongresszentrum (Culture and convention center), answers this trend by refracting it: In the middle of the city, between the train station and lakeshore, under a gigantic fiat roof, Nouvel has built a fascinating sequence of volumes and cuts that look as though simulated on a computer screen.
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The design of Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital in Toronto, created more than one hundred years ago, provides insights into the form and use of landscape for restorative and therapeutic purposes.
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