astern towed a dingy; from the taffrail flew the American flag.
Came a succession of blows, not only on the port in the bow, but also on that astern.
I will run straight for the galleon, and, as we come alongside, drop you all astern.
The open lake was astern of her, with clear sailing for two miles.
The ram Manassas just missed us astern, and we soon disposed of the other.
In paddling the dugout the Indians all faced ahead, instead of astern as in rowing.
The modern boat carries the great part of her armament amidships and astern on swivels, and her bow is like a dagger.
Many of them strove to swim off to us, but we left them astern.
And he hurled his lance, with quick and deadly aim, giving an order at the same time to "astern hard."
Casting off the painter of the third cutter, he worked her astern, so as to avoid Peaks.