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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The project aims to raise funds for the Starfish Foundation, a charity in Lesbos where hundreds of refugees still come ashore each month.
Refugio played just two home games all season and lost one game all together thanks to the super storm that came ashore in late August.
Sometimes, multiple former U.S. intelligence officials told me, Russian operatives appeared to be actively attempting to penetrate communications infrastructure — especially where undersea cables came ashore on both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts.
The latest of the mysterious floating feet washed ashore near the Jordan River on Vancouver Island earlier this month, according to the New York Times.
Satoru Miyamoto, a professor at Seigakuin University and an expert on North Korea told CNN last month there has been a marked increase in ships washing ashore since 2013.
For days afterward, numerous shark and alligator carcasses washed ashore an 80-mile stretch of the coast, according to the magazine.
He and a few other survivors floated in a dinghy for days and were washed ashore.
Demolition and clean-up costs can also be significant when boats wash ashore.
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