Law Ground lying between high-water and low-water marks; the foreshore.(noun)
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Use "seashore" in a sentence
"She admitted, herself, that she'd probably have a good time, as she always did everywhere, but still her heart clung to "The Pebbles," as they called their seashore home, and she silently rebelled when she thought of "Camilla," her swift little electric runabout."
"A newspaper is better than a magazine, and on the seashore is a better place than a street."
"And Gerry ` s left it with the motif of the boats and the seashore, which is what they planned to do for Conner."