set sail

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  • He had set sail from France one year earlier with a small army.
  • Little did they know they were setting sail to the land of just ice.
  • He then set sail and returned after about three months later.
  • He set sail in a number of ships as in a fleet.
  • Eight months after initially setting sail, the group finally arrived in California.
  • He gives you the royal boat so that you may set sail and help the residents of the kingdom.
  • They leave and return to the deck just as the fleet sets sail.
  • There the ship took on limited provisions before setting sail once again.
  • The latter three were caused by the vessels setting sail during violent weather conditions.
  • However, they fail to stop the ship from setting sail without them.
  • We stand near you while you are setting sail. Cited from Priestley in America, by Edgar F. Smith
  • The captain now arrived with his Jewish secretary, and orders were given for setting sail. Cited from The Bible in Spain, by George Borrow
  • He and his wife set sail for the country shortly thereafter.
  • They then set sail in two boats, one of which they had previously taken from the Spanish.
  • Smith set sail to Key West and turned himself in to the authorities the next day.
  • They required couples to have been engaged at least two months prior to setting sail.
  • Captain set sail on the ship's final voyage before the results of the trial were published.
  • Bad weather prevented his entering the river or landing there, so he set sail back.
  • She leaves the ship heading for England and it sets sail without her.
  • But it wasn't long before he was setting sail again.
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