- to the shore: rowing the boat ashore
- on land: an old sailor in sad retirement ashore
Origin of ashorea- + shore
- To or onto the shore: driven ashore by the wind.
- On land: spent the day ashore.
- When a ship collides with the shore it is said to have run ashore; when a ship collides with a submerged object, such as a reef or sandbar, it is said to have run aground.
a- + shore