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aground (adv.)

late 13c., "on the ground," from a- "on" (see a- (1)) + ground (n.). Of ships and boats, "stranded," from c. 1500.

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Definitions of aground
1
aground (adv.)
with the bottom lodged on the ground;
he ran the ship aground
2
aground (adj.)
stuck in a place where a ship can no longer float;
a ship aground offshore
a boat aground on the beach waiting for the tide to lift it
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Dictionary entries near aground

agriculture

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agro-

*agro-

agronomy

aground

ague

ah

a-ha

aha

ahead