by or the or coast.
historical examples

gadabout sidled to starboard, and grapnels were thrown up into the trees to hold her alongsh-r-.
virginia: the old dominion frank w. hutchins and cortelle hutchins

a word used rather contemptuously for alongsh-r-; land usage.
the sailor’s word-book william henry smyth

and when it was over, and they went their several ways by woods and alongsh-r-, they voted mr. carleton a generous provider.
the rival campers afloat ruel perley smith

alongsh-r-, the boys could see the ghostly white breaking of the surf.
the radio boys on secret service duty gerald breckenridge

adverb, adjective
(postpositive) close to, by, or along a sh-r-

1779, from along + sh-r- (n.).

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