[ UK /d‍ʒˈɛti/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒɛti/ ]
NOUN
  1. a protective structure of stone or concrete; extends from shore into the water to prevent a beach from washing away
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How To Use jetty In A Sentence

  • The lightship has had uplighters added to its fore and aft masts with lighting units added around its deck and jetty.
  • The jetty was the way it had always been—flat and solid and surrounded on three sides by water. Stones from the River
  • From Gateway Of India to Mandwa jetty is about an hour by boat. At Mandwa Jetty « bollywoods most wanted photographerno1
  • He referred to the red carpet that some official belonging to the duumviri had laid down the full length of the jetty, a sign of kingliness that horrified Octavian. Antony and Cleopatra
  • At the jetty were two naval ships, including INS Tir, welcoming beelines of visitors on board.
  • Her beautiful hands held a cup to the lips of the stranger; while her long hair, escaped from its bands, fell in jetty ringlets, and mingled with his silver locks. The Scottish Chiefs
  • I smiled each time my strobe synchronised with a brilliant lightning flash just above the jetty.
  • Rose of Ireland and the White Rose of Devon, a noted Society phrasemonger had dubbed them, seeing them together on the lawn one Ascot Cup Day, their light draperies and delicate ribbons whip-whipping in the pleasant June breeze, ivory-skinned, jetty-locked Celtic beauty and blue-eyed, flaxen-locked Saxon fairness in charming, confidential juxtaposition under one lace sunshade, lined with what has been the last new fashionable colour under twenty names, since then; only that year they called it _Rose fané_. The Dop Doctor
  • Rain or shine, every morning he walks down the fishing harbour jetty to feed the crows.
  • The harbor is protected by a long jetty running more or less north and south, and you have to enter at the southern end.
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