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Synonyms for shore

a means or device that keeps something erect, stable, or secure

Synonyms for shore

a beam or timber that is propped against a structure to provide support

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serve as a shore to

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arrive on shore

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support by placing against something solid or rigid

References in classic literature ?
McCoy looked shoreward, where the land was disappearing in the thickening haze.
And, motioning me to follow, set off wading shoreward without paying further attention to him.
In less than five minutes one of the steam launches was rushing shoreward to order a big boat and some hospital people for the removal of the crew.
Beyond, the waves in the estuary roared shorewards.
Uranium enrichment shorewards in black shales: a case study from the Scandinavian Alum Shale.
Quickly coming up to the man, the lifeboat crew found that, despite wearing a rucksack and boots, he was swimming shorewards and was not in any difficulty.
went unheeded and all of a sudden, I was lying on my back as an immense wave broke against the rock and washed me back shorewards as if I were a piece of sea weed.
It was found to be drifting gradually shorewards under a headsail alone, half a mile off the coast between Penmaenmawr and Llanfairfechan.
As they reached the swimmer, Hugh grabbed him by the hand while Douglas grabbed Hugh and he dragged them shorewards.
As the boat was being driven shorewards, three evacuee schoolgirls were walking over the cliffs and saw the boat capsize throwing the survivors into the sea.
It was not seen until it was almost on top of them, racing shorewards at 20 miles an hour.