Thesaurus / go overboard

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A prompt answer came, with the sound of laughter, from the admiralty that he was to go overboard.

Geoffrey HampsteadThomas Stinson Jarvis

Time enough to go overboard when we have grappled the enemy.

They must go overboard in the next squall, which will be upon us in a few minutes.

TessaLouis Becke

"Not if you've got to go overboard as I did," grumbled the man who was wet.

The Rover Boys in BusinessArthur M. Winfield

As soon as the money is safe—I see how 'tis—old Taylor'll have to go overboard.'

Now you sit perfectly still or else maybe you'll go overboard and be drowned.

The Rover Boys on a TourArthur M. Winfield

Just before the '66 breeze I used often to think, 'Shall I go overboard?'

Mamma says always I was in a great rage because they wouldn't let me go overboard and swim.

Somehow GoodWilliam de Morgan

"He may go into the steerage or go overboard," answered the chief, angrily.

Outward BoundOliver Optic

I thought there is my poor father—he had to go overboard without any service being read over him.

Ben BurtonW. H. G. Kingston

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