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See definition of most aground on Dictionary.com
  • as instranded
  • as inbeached
  • as inonshore
  • as inhigh and dry

synonyms for most aground

  • aground
  • ashore
  • grounded
  • helpless
  • wrecked
  • beached
  • shipwrecked
  • sidelined
  • sidetracked
  • cast away
  • godforsaken
  • high and dry
  • homeless
  • left at the altar
  • left in the lurch
  • out in left field
  • passed up
  • penniless
  • run aground
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    How to use most aground in a sentence

    The big sloop, hard aground and full of iron ballast, was not a thing to be moved easily.
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    Some of the wherrymen will say that they could not put their craft aground if they would while sailing sideways along the mud.
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    She also got aground on a mud bank near the Jersey shore and at noon blew up.
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    He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
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    That may be because some one ran aground sometime on the sand-bar off the end, and thought it deceitful.
    THE BELTED SEASARTHUR COLTON
    On June 9, while engaged in a chase, the Gaspee ran aground, and on the night of the 10th was boarded by eight boat-loads of men.
    THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND - VOL. X.WILLIAM HUNT
    I joined the rush to the bows, and leaning over, saw that we were hard aground at the lower end of a sand bar.
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    The ships having gone back, run aground, or been dashed to pieces, the French could not get away again by sea.
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    Just then the ship touched on the bar at the mouth of the harbour, and in another moment she was aground.
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    The top-most bud waits only through the twelve hours of a single day to open.
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