in·shore / ˈinˈshôr/ • adj. at sea but close to the shore: both mackerel and bluefish have returned to inshore waters by now. ∎ used at sea but close to the shore: an inshore lifeboat. • adv. toward or closer to the shore: birds heading inshore to their breeding sites. PHRASES: inshore of nearer to shore than.
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