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Hug the Shore (To)

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In the case of a ship, to keep as close to the shore as is compatible with the vessel’s safety, when at sea. “Serrer la terre.”

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Howleglass
Hrimfaxi
Hub
Hubal
Hubbard (Old Mother)
Hubert (h silent)
Hudibras
Hudibrastic Verse
Hudson (Sir Jeffrey)
Hue and Cry
Hug the Shore (To)
Hug the Wind (To)
Hugger - mugger
Huggins and Muggins
Hugh Lloyd’s Pulpit (Merionethshire)
Hugh Perry
Hugh of Lincoln
Hugin and Munin [mind and memory]
Hugo
Hugon (King)
Huguenot (U-gŭe-no)