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...
- 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...
- construction was then projected to be $1.5 billion. In March 2013, All Aboard Florida applied for a $1.6 billion Railroad Rehabilitation & Improvement...
- 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...
- All Aboard the Blue Train is the fourteenth album by singer Johnny Cash. It was originally released on 15 November 1962 by his first label, Sun, and later...
- Southampton to New York City. Of the estimated 2,224 p****engers and crew aboard, more than 1,500 died, making it one of modern history's deadliest peacetime...
- Sharma (born 13 January 1949) is a former Indian Air Force pilot who flew aboard Soyuz T-11, launched on 2 April 1984, as part of the Interkosmos programme...
- War of 1812. 265 fatalities aboard the 4 planes include 87 civilians (including 11 crew members) and the five hijackers aboard American Airlines Flight 11;...
- All Aboard may refer to: All Aboard! (John Denver album), 1997 All Aboard (Side Effect album), 1982 All Aboard: A Tribute to Johnny Cash All Aboard, an...
- The lighter aboard ship (LASH) system refers to the practice of loading barges (lighters) aboard a bigger vessel for transport. It was developed in response...
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