frontage

Part of speech: noun

Linear extent of front.

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Usage examples "frontage":

  1. But this was an hour later; for three- quarters had been wasted opposite the Flint House, with its river frontage of trim mead and wild garden, and a very faint light in one back room. - "Peccavi", E. W. Hornung.
  2. Patches of the universal medium, corrugated iron, indicate where one of Meisje's ninety- four- pound projectiles recently plumped in through the soft brick of the east wall end, and departed by the west frontage, leaving two holes that might have accommodated a chest of drawers, and carrying a window with it. - "The Dop Doctor", Clotilde Inez Mary Graves.
  3. Its ocean frontage is about 4, 000 miles in length. - "Brazilian Sketches", T. B. Ray.