When the outward-bound Brazil fleet put to sea, it was found to include several English vessels freighted by the Portuguese.
He was there to see the outward-bound clipper, and greet her on her return.
Many ships came in while we lay here; some were Dutch, some French, some Danes, but all were outward-bound.
In an outward-bound Boston car the other evening there was not a seat left.
“outward-bound,” says a stout seaman-like man, shutting up the glass with which he has been diligently conning the distant ship.
It's too early for the outward-bound craft of the last ebb, and too late for those that sailed the tide before.
Sea′ward-bound, outward-bound, as a vessel leaving harbour; Sea′ward-gaz′ing, gazing or looking towards the sea.
After a day or two's lurking about the outward-bound vessels in port, I found out which sailed first, and hid myself on board.
Just off the bar another boat is stationed to receive the pilots dropped by outward-bound vessels.
All outward-bound ships were requested to look out for any survivors on the island indicated in the vision.