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Set ashore   /sɛt əʃˈɔr/   Listen
Set ashore

verb
1.
Arrive on shore.  Synonyms: land, shore.






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"Set ashore" Quotes from Famous Books



... that the severe winter of Scotland would prove fatal. A ship of His Majesty's fleet was put at his disposal, and he set sail for Malta. The youthful adventurousness of the man flared up again oddly for a moment, when he insisted on being set ashore upon a volcanic island in the Mediterranean which had appeared but a few days before and which sank beneath the surface shortly after. The climate of Malta at first appeared to benefit him; but when he heard, ...
— Lady of the Lake • Sir Walter Scott



Words linked to "Set ashore" :   get, arrive, come



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