Antonyms for aboard

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If you haven't time to hear it now, I will tell you aboard ship.

Very well, then, be ready, men; we'll be aboard 'em in a minute or two.

We laughed at him, and advised him to be quiet and put us aboard the privateer.

But my wealth and my friends and my son are aboard this ship.

The sound of the gong, seconded by the electrifying and resonant "Aboard!"

After a while Caradoc whispered, "Well, shall we try to get aboard?"

“Now the next thing is to get aboard the hulk,” was Dick's thought.

He quickly sent people to assist her, and they brought her aboard.

Aboard my ship I have frying-pans and cooking-pots, vinegar and spices.

I says to myself, if he finds out I'm aboard this boat, he's got me like a rat in a trap.