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seacoast

[′sē‚kōst]
(geography)
The land adjacent to the sea.
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The location of Anoroc, the Mountains of the Clouds, the river, and the strip of seacoast were all familiar to him.
Further south, among the bold precipices at the head of Port Desire, the condor is not uncommon; yet only a few stragglers occasionally visit the seacoast. A line of cliff near the mouth of the Santa Cruz i frequented by these birds, and about eighty miles up th river, where the sides of the valley are formed by stee basaltic precipices, the condor reappears.
At the same time they furnished his regained humanity with some decent clothing, and put heart into the new man by the information that the seacoast of the Pacific was only a very few miles away.