Examples of ashore in a Sentence
We docked our boat and went ashore to visit the island.
the seashells that wash ashore after a storm
Recent Examples of ashore from the Web
Images on Twitter show the thousands of creatures turned the surf blue and tumbled ashore in waves, as tourists looked on in horror.
Grunion runs are a spring and summer spawning event when these tiny, 5- to 6-inch smelt wash ashore on extreme high tides to lay eggs in the sand and then return to the ocean.
The Louisiana Senate voted 22-14 to allow the state's 15 riverboat casinos to move ashore and accommodate larger electronic gambling machines after a month of delaying the vote on the proposal.
As the troops tried to wade ashore, they were met with a barrage of German machine-gun and artillery fire from the bluffs overlooking the beach.
Adam Ratner, manager at the Marin Mammal Center in Sausalito, pointed at several plastic nets that were taken from inside a 51-foot long whale that washed ashore Tomales Bay in Point Reyes National Seashore.
When a sea breeze carries the scent of this huddled mass ashore, the Red Cross workers on the quay recoil.
There hasn’t been this much hoopla over a return since Gen. Douglas MacArthur waded ashore at the Philippines.
Swim ashore to explore before the tour groups descend.
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ASHORE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ashore for English Language Learners
: on or to the shore of an ocean, sea, lake, or river
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