Definition of "beachcombing" [beachcombing]

  • (noun) The action of a beachcomber

Use "beachcombing" in a sentence

  • "As a Big with your Little, you might start out by sharing simple, fun activities such as beachcombing for treasures: beach glass, "used" shells, rocks, and dried seaweed; looking at teaming-with-life tidal pools; planting flower seeds; picnicking and toasting marshmallows; picking berries; sitting on a rock or park bench and just "hanging out.""
  • "It took Leslie McGuirk more than a decade of beachcombing in Florida to collect the curious pebbles and stones photographed for "If Rocks Could Sing" Tricycle/Random House, 48 pages, $15.99 , an endearing "discovered alphabet" for young children."
  • "In The Children of Lovers Golding's daughter, Judy, goes beachcombing for her father."

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