dockside

[ UK /dˈɒksa‍ɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈdɑkˌsaɪd/ ]
NOUN
  1. the region adjacent to a boat dock
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How To Use dockside In A Sentence

  • I was looking closely at the rigging last week and noticed the backstay was very loose (not under sail, just dockside).
  • He turned slowly around the room, getting used to the feel of the boat again, with subtle hum of the engines, and the gentle tug as she moved away from the moorings at dockside.
  • It is exceedingly difficult to misapprehend discovering my wife in a dockside tavern. DEVIL'S BRIDE
  • The new dockside casino will be connected to the property's existing pavilion in a seamless manner, providing a land-based feel for the property.
  • Following immigration we were soon back on the dockside watching the crew again.
  • At the end of the Cold War, Russia was left with nearly 200 nuclear submarines rusting at the dockside.
  • By 1900, Cardiff was exporting 5 million tons of coal annually from more than 14 miles of seething dockside wharfage. Storyteller
  • There was swing and jive in the dance halls, mambo in the bars, boogie-woogie piano playing in the dockside cathouses. DESPERADOES
  • The dockside gaming provision went into effect immediately.
  • Evan came with us to the dockside, having previously checked which of the great hulls looming against the skyline was the Dover ferry.
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