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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History of the city and team: In 1634, French-Canadian woodsman Jean Nicolet, the first European to set foot in Wisconsin, is said to have come ashore at Red Banks just north of modern Green Bay.
And, in keeping with that sea-faring tradition, there's guidance for flying flags ashore as well.
Members of the 9th U.S. Marine Expeditionary Force go ashore in Danang, South Vietnam, March 8, 1965.
As Gadot sparred with her fellow Amazonian warriors, a rowboat came ashore with Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant aboard, very excited to have found the lost island of Themyscira.
But it was shelved after the Exxon Valdez ran ashore in the Prince William Sound.
Hurricane Nate crashed ashore near the mouth of the Mississippi River on the Louisiana coast on Saturday night, the latest in an unusually ferocious storm season that’s racked up billions in damages.
The South China Morning Post, reported that USS Reagan dropped anchor off Tsing Yi island and that ferries were bringing her crew ashore for liberty.
That includes both intentional releases as plants scrambled to shut down their operations as the storm approached and accidental emissions caused when fuel storage tanks were compromised or other equipment malfunctioned as Harvey rolled ashore.
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