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inshore

[ in-shawr, -shohr ]
/ ˈɪnˈʃɔr, -ˈʃoʊr /
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adjective
close or closer to the shore.
lying near the shore; operating or carried on close to the shore: inshore fishing.
adverb
toward the shore: They went closer inshore.
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Origin of inshore

First recorded in 1695–1705; in-1 + shore1
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How to use inshore in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for inshore

inshore
/ (ˈɪnˈʃɔː) /

adjective
in or on the water, but close to the shoreinshore weather
adverb, adjective
towards the shore from the wateran inshore wind; we swam inshore
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