Definition of Set ashore
1. Verb. Arrive on shore. "The ship landed in Pearl Harbor"
Generic synonyms: Arrive, Come, Get
Derivative terms: Land, Landing, Shore
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Literary usage of Set ashore
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1. Correspondence Between William Penn and James Logan, Secretary of the by William Penn, James Logan (1872)
"He came in a (lag of truce to Antigua, and going from thence to Nevis, was again taken by another privateer, and set ashore on Barba- does, ..."
2. The British Admirals: With an Introductory View of the Naval History of England by Robert Southey, Robert Bell (1834)
"... some of his people desired to be set ashore, making their choice rather to submit themselves to the mercy of savages than longer to hazard themselves at ..."
3. A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and ...by Thomas Bayly Howell by Thomas Bayly Howell (1816)
"Were not divers others set ashore besides capt. Gibson ? Middleton. They were, as far as 1 saw. LCJ licit. But, do you know of any Others that ..."
4. The Friends' Library: Comprising Journals, Doctrinal Treatises, and Other by William Evans, Thomas Evans (1847)
"... were again set ashore. On the 6th, the ship again weighed anchor with wind and tide fair ;—yet could not the seamen, with their utmost application, ..."