Unhappily it got aground, and all on board of it were captured.
"Well, Bob, we must come about or get aground," I continued.
Were not aground, at all events, for they could feel the boat moving down stream under the influence of the current.
The situation of a vessel when she is aground at the height of spring-tides.
While the brig is aground you'd best stay on board the tug, so's to be out of the way.
First, the sail-boat checked and slewed; 'aground,' I concluded.
Here I might, to prevent others from falling into one of my errors, point out a rock on which I was aground for a long time.
That is to say, the ship appeared to be floating—or was she aground?
Thinking there was a good channel in a passage through, we got aground; but by good management we got off without damadge.
We're out here waiting for it, instead of aground as they'll expect.