Definition of Seasides

1. Noun. (plural of seaside) ¹



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Definition of Seasides

1. seaside [n] - See also: seaside

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seasides

seashore mallow
seashores
seasick
seasicker
seasickness
seasicknesses
seaside
seaside alder
seaside centaury
seaside daisy
seaside goldenrod
seaside mahoe
seaside resort
seaside resorts
seaside scrub oak
seasides (current term)
seasing
seasnail
season
season's greetings
season creep
season ticket
season tickets
seasonability
seasonable
seasonableness
seasonabliest
seasonably
seasonage

Literary usage of Seasides

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1. Journal of the Statistical Society of London by Statistical Society (Great Britain) (1883)
"/Colchester, 4c., and London 1 „ f Sussex seasides and ... 1 < Businessmen) J " [ Kent seasides and London .... „ London and port* for Continent. ..."

2. My Opinions and Betsey Bobbet's: Designed as a Beacon Light to Guide Women by Marietta Holley (1891)
"... seasides " and " sea bathin' " or somethin' and I felt it was my duty to say to her, " You needn't go 300 miles for that, you can get good seasides to ..."

3. The History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Cæsar, to the Revolution by David Hume (1810)
"... they advanced their sap along the seasides, so a» to embrace entirely the northeast angle of the covered way, from whence their musketry drove the ..."

4. The History of England: From the Revolution to the Death of George the by David Hume (1810)
"... they advanced their sap along the seasides, so as to embrace entirely the northeast angle of the covered way, from whence their musketry drove the ..."

5. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1888)
"But there arc more seasides than one to this question, and Black's move on the board is Whitby. Bridlington, and Scarborough, the first being far and ..."

6. A journal or historical account of the life, travels, sufferings, Christian by George Fox (1694)
"Jesus loved and chose out solitudes; often going to mountains, to gardens, and seasides, to avoid crowds and hurries, to shew his disciples it was good to ..."

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