shore

[ shawr, shohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF shore

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHORE

He quickly turned the boat to the shore, and the stranger jumped on board.

"If there were any use in wishing, I'd wish myself on shore," said the second.

The two bent their steps to the shore, and looked out to sea.

A party of sailors, headed by an officer, came out of the woods, and headed for the shore.

They saw an American ship riding at anchor a mile or more from shore.

Let us go down to the shore, and see if we can see anything of the ship.

It would be pleasanter inland, but we must be near the shore, so as to be in sight of ships.

After the boats were crowded, they would hold on to them so that they could not leave the shore.

She presses it to her lips, and impetuously breaks for the shore!

Under the urge of it, he conquered—at last brought himself and his charge to the shore.

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