Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To embark.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To place on board a ship; ship; embark.
  • On board; on the ship; embarked.

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Examples

  • Him shud be gratefull wez took him off dat sale inship he wuz figyoorheddin!

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  • The travelers in general had little interest in keeping up the populations of the ships, with a new world underfoot to live in, and there were defections from the Ship-Clans as time went on—people who saw no particular reason to stay inship, among metal walls, while there was green grass to walk on and green-gold sky to walk under for the first time in almost a hundred years.

    Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages

  • The Travelers in general had little interest in keeping up the populations of the Ships, with a new world underfoot to live in, and there were defections from the Ship-Clans as time went on—people who saw no particular reason to stay inship, among metal walls, while there was green grass to walk on and green-gold sky to walk under for the first time in almost a hundred years.

    The Romulan Way

  • IN THE RED WASH of emergency light, status reports filtered to the bridge over crackling inship channels.

    The Pandora Principle

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