inshore
Adjective

inshore

  1. Close to (especially in sight of) a shore.
  2. (of a wind) Blowing from the sea to the land.
Translations Adverb

inshore

  1. Near the shore.
    • 1875, William Henley, Notes on the Firth:
      The sunset's roses faint and fain decline.
      Inshore the still sea shimmers scale on scale,
      Like an enormous coat of magic mail —
      Sheet silver shot with tremulous opaline.
  2. Towards the shore.



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