Coastline

(1) Technically, the line that forms the boundary between the COAST and the SHORE. (2) Commonly, the line that forms the boundary between land and the water. (3) (SMP) The line where terrestrial processes give way to marine processes, TIDAL CURRENTS, wind waves, etc.
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coastline

(from the article `coastal landforms`) There are variations in beach forms along the shore as well as in those perpendicular to the shore. Most common is the rhythmic topography that is ... Single gulfs usually are formed along linear shores of the continent. If the shoreline is irregular and has a complex geologic structure, groups of ...
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coastline

noun the outline of a coast
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Coastline

[magazine] Coastline is an online-only magazine edited by Michael J.S. Cox. Its purpose is to publish essays that reflect the wide range of interests, reading, and writing from current students and alumni of graduate liberal studies programs across North America. Unlike many academic disciplines, liberal studies (also known as interdiscipli...
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Coastline

[sculpture] Coastline is an outdoor sculpture by American artist Jim Sanborn installed at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration complex in Silver Spring, Maryland. Coastline attempts to recreate the effect of waves crashing on the Atlantic coast (represented by rough-cut granite). This is achieved with artificial waves generat...
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Coastline

The line that separates a land surface from an ocean or sea.
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coastline

[n] - the outline of a coast
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