The boat slowly began to drift away onto the black lake.
His body, or what was left after the sharks were through with it, drifted onto the beach three days later.
Snow had drifted over the front steps and onto the porch.
Snow began to fall, drifting out of the cold sky onto the dark plains.
"They'll give some warning if we're about to drift onto a rock, and maybe they can pull us clear."
For a moment he gazed down on his form, then slowly drifted through the door and out onto the gallery.
The conversation drifted onto other subjects, with the children telling their father about accomplishments at school.
As a result, both vessels had drifted onto the shoal.
Her construction was 70% completed when she drifted onto a mine on 25 August 1945 and sank.
Now in full phase, the second planet drifted onto the forward viewscreens.