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
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Hurricane Maria roared ashore in Puerto Rico on Wednesday morning as a Category 4 storm, thrashing the U.S. territory with life-threatening winds.
Less than one month after Katrina's landfall, Hurricane Rita roared ashore and demolished roughly 23,000 more homes in Texas and Louisiana.
When the Category 3 hurricane roared ashore Sunday, pushing sea water from the Atlantic Ocean across miles of the Overseas Highway, the surge carried with it everything in its path, including many homes which were not elevated.
In the Keys, where the storm roared ashore Sunday morning with winds of 130 mph, video showed houses shoved from their foundations and boats tossed onto the pavement.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Irma's powerful eye roared ashore at Marco Island just south of Naples with 115 mph winds, for a second U.S. landfall Sunday.
Florida Power & Light officials said as many as 9 million customers could lose power as Hurricane Irma roars ashore.
President Trump flew to Houston on Saturday, a week after Hurricane Harvey roared ashore, to survey the devastation, talk with survivors and meet with first responders.
The project aims to raise funds for the Starfish Foundation, a charity in Lesbos where hundreds of refugees still come ashore each month.
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