Inshore



[in-shawr, -shohr] /ˈɪnˈʃɔr, -ˈʃoʊr/

adjective
1.
close or closer to the .
2.
lying near the ; operating or carried on close to the :
inshore fishing.
adverb
3.
toward the :
They went closer inshore.
/ˈɪnˈʃɔː/
adjective
1.
in or on the water, but close to the shore: inshore weather
adverb, adjective
2.
towards the shore from the water: an inshore wind, we swam inshore

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