Antonyms for beaching

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On these magic shores children at play are for ever beaching their coracles.

Why could I not have thought of the tide when we were beaching the boat?

Beaching her canoe, she strolled to and fro for a while; then she sat down.

On the 1st of November, after seeking winter quarters, his men found a suitable spot for beaching their vessel.

They kept it up until nightfall, and then beaching the canoe lay down once more in the tent, which strained in the wind.

In case of fire he must, with the pilot, instantly decide where lay the greatest chances of safety in beaching his boat.

The sailors have just raised the small foresail preparatory to beaching the ship.

On the 3rd of February they came to an anchor off an island well suited for beaching the ship.

Turning to look, he was astonished to see that a Webster City police patrol boat was beaching on the island.

Beaching the boat, they bound on shore, and lift their captives out; then the spoils—one unresisting as the other.