Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Shore"

The meaning of "Shore" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Shore mean?
A: coast, the land of a beach

The person danced on the shore of the beach.

He walked along the shore at the low tide.

Synonyms of "Shore" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Shore and Beach ?
A: The shore is where the land meets the sea

A beach is a flat part of the shore comprised of sand or pebbles
Q: What is the difference between Shore and Coast ?
A: coast is strip of land that extends from seashore inland untill major changes in terrain (may be tens of km)while shore is a strip of ground bordering wather and is exposed to waves or tides
Q: What is the difference between Shore and Coast ?
A: Shore is a place where beach and water is, coast is large area of land near ocean.
Q: What is the difference between Shore and Sure (in pronunciation) ?
A: They sound the same.
Q: What is the difference between Shore and Coast and Beach ?
A: They are all synonyms and interchangeable. Some sentences: I prefer the east coast beaches to west coast beaches. The shores of the east feel cooler than the shores of the west.

Other questions about "Shore"

Q: Shore have the same meaning as edge? Or which is the meaning of them
A: A shore is only where the ocean meets the land
Q: I went to the Shore this afternoon after a few minutes I finished my lunch on my lunch break. This shore is just seven minutes walk distant far from my work place. There were not many people and the sun wasn't shinning as shine as it always was.
I walked along the beach listening to soft music through my headphones and the breeze rushing through my body and it was so refreshing and I took a deep breath stretched out both of my hands.
A: I went to the shore this afternoon during my lunch break. It's just seven minutes walking from my work place. There weren't many people there and the sun wasn't shining as much as it usually does.

...deep breath AND stretched....

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