costal costal


  • (adj) of or relating to or near a rib

Derived Word(s)



  1. But the authorities are still concerned about the surge of water Gustav will likely send into low-lying costal areas, where many residents apparently refused to leave.
  2. Israeli soldiers from a helicopter crew bring a wounded comrade, still wearing his helmet, to a hospital in the northern Israeli costal town of Haifa.
  3. Some costal cities witness capital outflow these days with tens of thousands people lossing job.


  • Truly Offensive

    PETERSBURG - The Generals' offensive woes continued in a Costal Plain League game Friday night at Petersburg Sports Complex as the Fayetteville SwampDogs blanked the team 4-0. Three Swampdog pitchers combined for the shutout. Coming off being no-hit at
    on June 22, 2013     Source: The Petersburg Progress-Index


  1. "The Oluvil Bridge too is destroyed. It is an important link on the southeastern costal artery. This is too is a big bridge. Taking relief supplies to the areas south of Kalmunai would be greatly impeded if some temporary repairs are made to this...
    on Jan 2, 2005 By: Bhanu Source: TamilNet

  2. "The islands are attracting fishermen from Ecuador who have already depleted costal mainland fisheries. The rate of growth in the Galapagos is escalating. Development is everywhere," Watson said.
    on Jul 29, 2004 By: Paul Watson Source: Environment News Service

Word of the Day
repudiate repudiate
/ri ˈpju di ˌeɪt /