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went ashore

The brothers went ashore, where they met a crofter.

Howard went ashore, probably to find sealers.

Captain James Cook of the British Navy anchored in Nootka Sound and went ashore in 1778.

washed ashore

Also washed ashore were parts of the ship's bridge.

His body washed ashore three days later.

The bodies of the deceased washed ashore east of Vermilion, Ohio.

came ashore

The female convicts came ashore on 6 February 1788.

The ships' officers had been captured when they came ashore near Bucks Harbor.

Sailors came ashore and killed a farmer's ox for food, apologizing for the theft.

moved ashore

Before Japhet moved ashore, Vilankulo reported sustained winds of , with gusts to .

In 1909, a hurricane killed about 4,000 people when it moved ashore northeast Mexico.

Later, the hurricane moved ashore in a sparsely populated region of southwestern Florida.

driven ashore

In July 1845, she was driven ashore near the Moro, Havana, Cuba.

Both vessels were driven ashore.

come ashore

In summer, the elephant seals come ashore to moult.

He reached the coast of England (at either Plymouth or Poole) and a group of soldiers hailed him to come ashore.

Thorne goes with them to their compound, while Griswold stays with the boat, saying that he will come ashore later.

put ashore

Naval howitzers were put ashore in battery, manned by seamen.

Mate George Petty became ill and was put ashore at Lødingen on the 26th.

He was put ashore and taken to Coraki Hospital, where he died the following morning.

ashore near   (近くに上陸)

Captain Wyer put the convicts ashore near Cape Bret.

In July 1845, she was driven ashore near the Moro, Havana, Cuba.

The ships' officers had been captured when they came ashore near Bucks Harbor.

coming ashore

Auks live on the open sea, only deliberately coming ashore to nest.

The ships were scattered, with some coming ashore on the coast of Spain, others on the coast of Africa.

Godzilla was portrayed as more animal-like by coming ashore to feed on animals, with an ostensibly gorilla-like interest in females.