Providence had stood by me this fur all right, but I was hard and tight aground
The Boussole, which went first, ran aground
on the southerly coast.
They pull on pretty steadily for a bit, after this, and then it all at once occurs to one of them that she will pin up her frock, and they ease up for the purpose, and the boat runs aground
I ordered sufficient water let into the diving-tanks to lower us about a foot, and then I ran the bow slowly toward the shore, confident that should we run aground
, we still had sufficient lifting force to free us when the water should be pumped out of the tanks; but the bow nosed its way gently into the reeds and touched the shore with the keel still clear.
You just start to beat out, the two of you, and all you have to do is miss stays in the same baffling puff and the current will set you nicely aground.
Now go ahead and get aground before a steady breeze comes up and spoils the manoeuvre.
I was hoping he would run aground
, but he succeeded in making the Bay without accident.
In a third a zig-zag wall went up into the sky like a flash of lightning, and a bird with two tails was apparently brooding over a fisherman whose boat was just going aground
upon the moon.
By the middle of the next day the yawl was aground
, and from the shoalness of the water could not proceed any higher.
Being so much bigger than mine she was aground
As a ship aground
is battered by the waves, so man, imprisoned in mortal life, lies open to the mercy of coming events.
with one red sock on and one wanting), in the bar; where the cheese was cast aground
upon a shelf, in company with a mouldy tablecloth and a green-handled knife, in a sort of cast-iron canoe; where the pale-faced bread shed tears of crumb over its shipwreck in another canoe; where the family linen, half washed and half dried, led a public life of lying about; where everything to drink was drunk out of mugs, and everything else was suggestive of a rhyme to mugs; The Tilted Wagon, all these things considered, hardly kept its painted promise of providing good entertainment for Man and Beast.
But when I came to the ship my difficulty was still greater to know how to get on board; for, as she lay aground
, and high out of the water, there was nothing within my reach to lay hold of.
But, as if possessed by supernatural spirit and strength, she lashed it safe, resumed her seat, and rowed in, desperately, for the nearest shallow water where she might run the boat aground
Malo; but being forced into Lisbon by bad weather, the ship received some damage by running aground
in the mouth of the river Tagus, and was obliged to unload her cargo there; but finding a Portuguese ship there bound for the Madeiras, and ready to sail, and supposing he should meet with a ship there bound to Martinico, he went on board, in order to sail to the Madeiras; but the master of the Portuguese ship being but an indifferent mariner, had been out of his reckoning, and they drove to Fayal; where, however, he happened to find a very good market for his cargo, which was corn, and therefore resolved not to go to the Madeiras, but to load salt at the Isle of May, and to go away to Newfoundland.