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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There have been multiple times Parrish has been alerted to rare seabirds washing ashore that otherwise would have gone unnoticed.
Bodies would wash ashore as far south as San Diego.
The container is marked with diamond placards identifying the contents as a corrosive, but those may not be visible if the container were to wash ashore on the wrong side, reported the Outer Banks Voice.
The remains would wash ashore, where decomposition and then fossilization would seal the dinosaur remains in their upside-down death pose.
Plastic bottles, spray cans and all kinds of household waste have washed ashore, brought downstream by rivers and streams after heavy rainfall during the last few weeks.
The Alaskan storm that swirled ashore before dawn on Tuesday brought a lot of cold air that will drop temperatures way below average Tuesday night and early Wednesday.
Moments later, immigrants crash ashore and demand entry.
Thousands of fish washed ashore Tuesday along a two mile stretch of beach near the Outer Banks community of Corolla.
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Definition of ashore for English Language Learners
: on or to the shore of an ocean, sea, lake, or river
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