the foreshorenoun [ S ]uk /ˈfɔː.ʃɔːr/ us /ˈfɔːr.ʃɔːr/ specialized
Examples from literature
- I had the pleasure of meeting him on the foreshore that afternoon.
- The cliffs that border the foreshore are strikingly coloured and are veined with alabaster.
- The distance between the foreshore at high water and the foot of the rocks was considerable.
- The foreshore was honeycombed with shallow pits, shored, and timbered with rough hewn timber.
- The wind was rising, and the line of the foreshore beyond the boat was white with breakers.