Definition of seacoast in English:


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  • The part of the land adjoining or near the sea.

    ‘the seacoast of Florida’
    • ‘Chichester worked tirelessly for causes far beyond the New Hampshire seacoast.’
    • ‘Gale force winds which threatened floods at the weekend have blown unprecedented numbers of a small Arctic seabird on to the North sea coast.’
    • ‘In his spare time, he examined rocks in the area, especially along the sea coast.’
    • ‘I must also admit the beautiful location of the city of La Rochelle, along the sea coast, was also a factor!’
    • ‘I was driven from the highlands over dirt roads to Qui Nhon on the sea coast.’
    • ‘The security forces now dominate the eastern sea coast.’
    • ‘All the many stories relate naturally to places on the sea coast.’
    • ‘The city is strung out 20-30 miles along the seacoast.’
    • ‘We need to bring a new formula for habitation closer to 500 m from the seacoast for which a positive view is necessary.’
    • ‘There is a very attractive cross country short walk from here to Smugglers Cove, a small beach on the sea coast.’
    • ‘There is more rainfall in the mountains than along the seacoast.’
    • ‘On the sandy beach on the sea coast of Burrin mountains.’
    • ‘With very few exceptions, most of the rest of the population lives in small picturesque villages on the seacoast.’
    • ‘The town of Kumta is located on the Arabian sea coast in the district of Uttara Kannada in the state of Karnataka.’
    • ‘Those who are wealthy enough build villas or large vacation homes in the mountains or on the sea coast.’
    • ‘It is located far from Oxbridge, amidst James's own native grounds: the wilds of the bleak East Anglian seacoast.’
    • ‘This canoe allowed them to transport camping necessities via the sea coast to a distant location where we set up camp for a few days.’
    • ‘Now living with her husband on the Massachusetts seacoast, it took her over two years to write the book.’
    • ‘The island sloped upwards from the sea-coast in all directions, rising to a hill that was almost a mountain in the center.’
    • ‘Near the sea-coast this stream is several miles in width.’



/ˈsēˌkōst/ /ˈsiˌkoʊst/