ashore definition

  • adverb:
    • To or on the shore: driven ashore by the wind.
    • On land: invested the day ashore.
    • regarding the land in the place of onboard
    • On, or towards shore
    • On coast or on land; from the land next to liquid; toward shore; into land; aground (whenever applied to a ship); -- often opposed to aboard or afloat.
    • towards coast from water
  • others:
    • On shore; on or to the land right beside water: as, bring the products ashore; the ship had been driven ashore.
    • On land: against aboard or afloat: because, the captain of ship remained ashore.

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