inshore

[ in-shawr, -shohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF inshore

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I took the inshore channel, and kept listenin' all the time.

"Get her under way and inshore as soon as you can," ordered Dr. Parker.

The current carried him down-stream, but his inshore progress was swift and certain.

Soon we had it off our bow, abeam, on our quarter; we were inshore.

You'd know if you'd ever been here while the plant was processing and the wind was inshore.

Ahead we could see the inshore indentation of Comptroller Bay.

Phil, seeing the danger, asked: Why dont you keep her inshore?

Happily for Kingswell's command, the stranger was inshore and to leeward.

But inshore the ice had rotted; the end of such sport was already in sight.

Romania produces river craft and some smaller types, probably including the inshore minesweepers that operate in the Black Sea.

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