Definition of Going ashore

1. Noun. Debarkation from a boat or ship.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Going Ashore

going-out-of-business sale
going Dutch
going ashore (current term)
going away
going away dress
going back
going bad
going both ways
going by
going commando
going concern
going crazy
going down
going down on
going forward
going hand in hand

Literary usage of Going ashore

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1. Forty Years an Advertising Agent, 1865-1905 by George Presbury Rowell (1906)
"in the direction of going ashore, he spoke to him about his apparent ... I'm not going ashore. I came over for a rest and am going back with the vessel. ..."

2. A Visit to India, China, and Japan in the Year 1853 by Bayard Taylor (1874)
"... Missionary—Best-,y of the Harbor of Napa—The Native Authorities—Going; Ashore—-lumping ovo' a Coral Reef— Landing—Tho Town of Nepa-Etang—Spies—lir. ..."

3. Santo Domingo, Past and Present: With a Glance at Hayti by Samuel Hazard (1873)
"... arrived being unknown ; but a temporary frame wharf was afterwards erected, but only for landing purposes. going ashore. ..."

4. Our Journey Around the World: An Illustrated Record of a Year's Travel of by Francis Edward Clark, Harriet Elizabeth Clark (1894)
"The Departure from San Francisco — The Crowded Wharf— "All Ashore that's Going Ashore "— The Song of Farewell — The Captain's Encouragement — Good Cheer for ..."

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