on or into the ground; in a stranded condition or state:
the ship ran aground.
unhappily it got aground, and all on board of it were captured.
across india oliver optic
the landing boat was aground, having removed the two p-ssengers.
sand doom william fitzgerald jenkins
were not aground, at all events, for they could feel the boat moving down stream under the influence of the current.
the motor girls at camp surprise margaret penrose
this ship, also aground in the middle channel, now came into action with a roar.
the long roll mary johnston
while the brig is aground you’d best stay on board the tug, so’s to be out of the way.
a runaway brig; james otis
the ship was plunging fore and aft—a sure sign that she was not now aground.
the cryptogram william murray graydon
here i might, to prevent others from falling into one of my errors, point out a rock on which i was aground for a long time.
the solution of the pyramid problem robert ballard
“well, bob, we must come about or get aground,” i continued.
seek and find oliver optic
thinking there was a good channel in a p-ssage through, we got aground; but by good management we got off without damadge.
the life of captain matthew flinders ernest scott
the situation of a vessel when she is aground at the height of spring-tides.
the sailor’s word-book william henry smyth
(postpositive) on or onto the ground or bottom, as in shallow water
late 13c., “on the ground,” from a- “on” (see a- (1)) + ground (n.). of ships and boats, “stranded,” from c.1500.
adjective (obsolete) inducing, relating to, or characterized by insomnia noun (obsolete) a drug or agent that induces insomnia
agsd -ssociation for glycogen storage disease
agsg alliance of genetic support groups
agsn ambiguous genitalia support network
agss att-tude ground support system