onshore : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • a  (of winds) coming from the sea toward the land
    an onshore gale
  • s  on the edge of the land
    an onshore lighthouse
  • r  on or toward the land
    they were living onshore

  • As a Coast Guard medic in the 1950s, he once performed an appendectomy in the eye of a hurricane with the help of an onshore surgeon who guided him by radio.
  • The new force, however, will have no expanded mandate to attack the pirates, who have exploited gray areas in international law and the absence of any rule of law onshore in .
  • We're sitting on hundreds of trillions of cubic feet of natural gas onshore and offshore.
News & Articles


  • Barack Obama in MiamiHerald.com
    Oil rigs today generally don't cause spills,he added two days later. "They are technologically very advanced. Even during Katrina, the spills didn't come from the oil rigs, they came from the refineries onshore."
  • Alex Salmond in Gant Daily
    Whitelee in its current form is already flying the flag for onshore wind power in Europe,Salmond added. "The planned extension, which I am delighted to announce today, will enable the windfarm to harness its comparative and competitive...
  • Jerry Patterson in Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
    If you're in the wind business, whether it's onshore of offshore, Texas is the place to be,Patterson said.

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