Definition of Aboard. Meaning of Aboard. Synonyms of Aboard

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Definition of Aboard

Aboard
Aboard A*board", prep. 1. On board of; as, to go aboard a ship. 2. Across; athwart. [Obs.] Nor iron bands aboard The Pontic Sea by their huge navy cast. --Spenser.

Meaning of Aboard from wikipedia

- marine environment or location on a vessel, such as fore, aft, astern, aboard, or topside. Abaft (preposition): at or toward the stern of a ship, or further...
- The wives aboard Noah's Ark were part of the family that survived the Deluge in the biblical Genesis flood narrative. They are the wife of Noah, and the...
- the United States. The line was developed starting in March 2012 as All Aboard Florida by Florida East Coast Industries, a Florida real estate developer...
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- Terror Aboard is a 1933 American pre-Code mystery film directed by Paul Sloane, written by Robert Presnell Sr., Manuel Seff and Harvey F. Thew, and starring...
- All Aboard the Skylark is the thirty-second album by space rock band Hawkwind, released in 2019. Some copies were issued as a 2CD set with an additional...
- Innocents Aboard is a short story collection by American science fiction and fantasy author Gene Wolfe published in 2004. The stories are primarily fantasy...
- There were many animals aboard the RMS Titanic during her disastrous maiden voyage, which ended with the ship sinking on 15 April 1912 after colliding...
- weapon was launched aboard a suborbital sounding rocket from White Sands Missile Range in July 1989 as part of the Beam Experiments Aboard Rocket (BEAR) project...
- action stations is an announcement made aboard a naval warship to signal that all hands (everyone available) aboard a ship must go to battle stations as...