coast

  1. the shore of a sea or ocean
  2. the area within view

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Coast

A strip of land of indefinite length and width (may be tens of kilometers) that extends from the SEASHORE inland to the first major change in terrain features.
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coast

[n] - the area within view 2. [v] - move effortlessly
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Coast

Coast noun [ Old French coste , French côte , rib, hill, shore, coast, Latin costa rib, side. Confer Accost , transitive verb , Cutlet .] 1. The side of a thing. [ Obsolete] Sir I. Newton. 2. The exterior line, limi...
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Coast

Coast intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Coasted ; present participle & verbal noun Coasting .] [ Middle English costien , costeien , costen , Old French costier , costoier , French c...
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Coast

Coast transitive verb 1. To draw near to; to approach; to keep near, or by the side of. [ Obsolete] Hakluyt. 2. To sail by or near; to follow the coast line of. « Nearchus, . . . not knowing the compass, was fain to coast that shore. Sir T. Browne. »...
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coast

noun the area within view; `the coast is clear`
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coast

verb move effortlessly; by force of gravity
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Coast

• (v. t.) To sail by or near; to follow the coast line of. • (v. t.) The exterior line, limit, or border of a country; frontier border. • (v. t.) The side of a thing. • (v. t.) To conduct along a coast or river bank. • (n.) To sail from port to port in the same country. • (n.) To slide down hill; to slide on a sled, up...
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coast

broad area of land that borders the sea.[9 related articles]
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coast

coast 1. Land beside the sea. 2. To move forward by momentum, without applying power or cause something to move in this way. 3. To progress with very little effort. 4. From Old French coste from Latin costa, 'rib, side'.
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Coast

[PAT station] Coast was one of eleven stops closed on June 25, 2012 as part of a system-wide consolidation effort. ...
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Coast

[surname] Coast is an English surname. Early spellings include Cost and Coste which suggest it may be an anglicisation of the French surname De Coste. People called Coast include: ...
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coast

coast, land bordering an ocean or other large body of water. The line of contact between the land and water surfaces is called the shoreline. It fluctuates with the waves and tides. Sometimes the terms coast and shore are used synonymously, but often shore is interpreted to mean only the zone betwee...
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Coast

In geography, the coast is the edge of land in contact with the sea.
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coast

Meeting place of land and sea. The coast is changed by the physical processes of coastal erosion and coastal deposition, which include the action of waves, rain, wind, and frost
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Coast

[New Zealand radio] Coast is a New Zealand radio network owned by The Radio Network that plays easy listening music with an emphasis on music from the sixties, seventies and eighties. A live breakfast show presented by Brian Kelly, along with programmes presented by Murray Lindsay and Rick Morin from Auckland studios are broadcast across th...
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Coast

A coastline or a seashore is the area where land meets the sea or ocean. A precise line that can be called a coastline cannot be determined due to the Coastline paradox. The term `coastal zone` is a region where interaction of the sea and land processes occurs. Both the terms coast and coastal are often used to describe a geographic location or .....
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coast

The area of dry land that borders on a body of water.
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coast

A narrow strip of land along the margin of the ocean extending inland for a variable distance from low water mark.
Found on http://www.ge-at.iastate.edu/glossary-of-geologic-terms/

coast

to glide while not pedaling but moving forward as on a coaster-brake bike; also freewheeling.
Found on http://bikecult.com/bikecultbook/glossary_english.html

Coast

[magazine] Coast is a consumer magazine about the British seaside. It was launched as a bi-monthly title in 2004 by Coastal Living Ltd, and was then published by Edisea Ltd, until UK publishing company National Magazines (now Hearst Magazines UK) bought it in 2005. National Magazines continued to publish it bi-monthly as a sister title to C...
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Coast

[soap] Coast is a brand of deodorant soap and body wash. It was originally created by the Procter & Gamble company and launched in 1976. Its marketing catchphrase is `The Eye Opener!` Originally a bar soap, the company also began to produce body wash in 2003. ==Corporate ownership== In 2000 the Coast brand was sold to the Dial Corporation, ...
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coast

the shore of a sea or ocean
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