[ US /ˈkeɪ, ˈki/ ]
[ UK /kˈiː/ ]
NOUN
  1. wharf usually built parallel to the shoreline
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How To Use quay In A Sentence

  • The broadcaster attacked customs officials and police who seemingly stood on the quayside watching without intervening to help. Times, Sunday Times
  • Police in Newquay are warning underage drinkers that the party is over. Times, Sunday Times
  • The harbour has both a commercial quayside and marina which was crowded with expensive yachts and cruisers.
  • To celebrate their golden anniversary the couple are planning a relaxing break in Torquay.
  • As they neared the quay, youthful voices sang out a greeting.
  • That could see Tommy Bridewell aboard the Quay Garage Honda posing questions of the title chasing pack as he ran only marginally down in seventh place ahead of Alastair Seeley on the second Relentless Suzuki and Chris Walker riding his privately entered Suzuki Roadracingworld.com
  • He and pals later moved on to a bar in the Quay Street area of the city.
  • long each, having a total quayage in connection with the dock of 6,775 ft. Scientific American Supplement, No. 299, September 24, 1881
  • The vessel anchored alongside the quay.
  • We wandered down Cannery Row and sat at the quayside eating clam chowder from bread bowls.
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