Adjective(1) (of winds(2) close to a shore
Adverb(1) toward the shore
(1) During winter, Red-throated Loons are fairly common on the inshore waters of the enclosed bays of Puget Sound.(2) Hundreds of men who found work on mackerel boats after they lost their trawler jobs were deemed ineligible, because they were said to be not as badly affected as those who abandoned the sea and found work inshore .(3) Ocean sunfish are most commonly observed several miles offshore, but on occasion may be seen closer inshore around oilrigs and drifting kelp paddies.(4) I was in Kilkee on the Clare coast for the launch of their new inshore lifeboat for the marine rescue service there.(5) Previous appeals have ranged from charity aid for overseas to buying fast inshore lifeboats around the UK coast that have saved numerous lives since they went into service.(6) An example is limiting harvesting to the spring, when lobsters are still relatively widely dispersed before migrating inshore to warmer shallow waters, where they are much easier to catch.(7) Giant shovelnose rays lay their eggs inshore around atolls, mangrove swamps and estuaries.(8) Ms. Barry said their group believed there was a need for an extra inshore lifeboat at Boatstrand because it had become a busy area and its pier was small making it difficult for a vehicle with a rescue boat to manoeuvre.(9) With deep waters close inshore , sperm whales can sometimes even be seen from the shoreline.(10) The first inshore lifeboat of its kind in Ireland has been launched at Newcastle Lifeboat station.(11) The establishment of a community inshore lifeboat would be a reassuring safety feature for the thousands of visitors.(12) The upper coastal surf is green to the beach and inshore water readings are in the upper 70s.(13) Bass move inshore to spawn during March through to June.(14) In addition, says the Club, nets laid inshore among the Western Isles would, if lost, almost certainly fail to reach the open sea, becoming caught instead within the islands on other reefs, wrecks or rocky shores.(15) Officers of the Northern Australian Quarantine Strategy sailed on Wewak in November to check coastal areas and inshore islands of remote Cape York and the Gulf of Carpentaria.(16) The dive is good at any state of the tide, but be cautious of the stronger north-east/south-west currents on the seaward side of the reef during periods of spring tides - either stay inshore or time your dive for slack water.
(1) inshore :: glannau
1. shoreward ::
2. seaward ::
3. onshore ::
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