outward-bound

[ out-werd-bound ]SEE DEFINITION OF outward-bound

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A red glare came from an outward-bound steamer that was coaling.

He was there to see the outward-bound clipper, and greet her on her return.

The wind chops round, and is favourable for outward-bound vessels.

In an outward-bound Boston car the other evening there was not a seat left.

It still remains as a port of call for outward-bound sailing-ships.

A clang of bells and the hooting of an outward-bound liner came up from the city and the port.

Every outward-bound boat had its flag flying at the jack-staff, and sometimes a duplicate on the verge staff astern.

In his outward-bound voyage he discovered an island in the Atlantic, in lat.

Outward-bound convoys had their escorts similarly strengthened till they were clear of the danger zone.

It's too early for the outward-bound craft of the last ebb, and too late for those that sailed the tide before.

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