ashore the movie bogs down, but when Spielberg gets his camera out to sea all goes swimmingly.
Two-thirds of her crew are drunk, t'other third are ashore or sick.
The ships were undermanned, for the sailors, too, had been ashore feasting.
Bananas had been ashore, drinking some native spirit, and he was drunk.
I was ashore every day while the squadron remained in the port.
One day when she was ashore with her mates, they turned into a public-house to have dinner.
There was a stir on the island, while we were in the water, but we all got ashore, safe and unseen.
After the ship had gone down, I strained my eyes through the driving spray, to see whether anything was comin' ashore.
I was now ashore, with two or three months of drift before me.
Coming down the Cumberland on one trip I was too sick to work, and the boat put me ashore about twenty miles above Clarksville.