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- adv. toward a ship
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Whose sound borne shipward through the ocean gloom
After leaving the "Mosque" the guide escorted us shipward through the business portion of the city, neat and cleanly, with hotels and stores creditable to a metropolis.
[Oxford], and for-burnt the burg, and took their way on to the twa halves of Thames to shipward.
So they drew the bridges shipward, and left the land behind,
a box on the ears, which though it made him show his teeth, brought him to order, and the tired steed being found feeding close by, all hands agreed that, unless they wished to be benighted, it was about time to return shipward.
Morien came riding over the sea-sand, and cried with a loud voice shipward: "Ye who be within tell me that which I ask lest it be to your own loss, as also I would fain know for my own profit and rejoicing.