Definition of 'abeam'
Example sentences containing 'abeam'
Stone turned to port after he came abeam of the number-six can and idled down the privately maintained channel.CORMORANT CORMORANT
once we're abeam Cherbourg, we'll alter for Land's End on the south-western tip of England, then head north-west for Ireland.CORMORANT
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