Our shrimp are mostly sweet because they come from inshore where the waters of the Mississippi meet the waters of the Gulf.
Two men then climb along these, while others sit upon the inshore ends to keep them from tipping into the water.
Happily for Kingswell's command, the stranger was inshore and to leeward.
He had stopped swimming, when a kindly under-tow—an inshore eddy—caught him and bore him away from the ledges.
But inshore the ice had rotted; the end of such sport was already in sight.
I took the inshore channel, and kept listenin' all the time.
Romania produces river craft and some smaller types, probably including the inshore minesweepers that operate in the Black Sea.
Grinnel waggled the lever that aimed it inshore and began to turn the propellor crank.
The wind was inshore and the booming was startlingly distinct.
Outside the German mine-fields, and in any inshore areas which were unmined, German patrol craft would probably be stationed.