Antonyms for ashore

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The ships were undermanned, for the sailors, too, had been ashore feasting.

There was no wharf, and it was always necessary to get ashore through a surf.

I was ashore every day while the squadron remained in the port.

If unable to pass the blockading squadrons, we intended to run her ashore.

There was a stir on the island, while we were in the water, but we all got ashore, safe and unseen.

I was now ashore, with two or three months of drift before me.

I never was more completely adrift, in my life, ashore or afloat.

While in the hospital, the frigate made a cruise, leaving me ashore.

Our plan was to seize a boat, as we passed down channel, and get ashore in England.

He must have been ashore when I was on board the brigantine; he certainly wasn't in the cabin.

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