Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The act or an instance of mooring.
  • noun A place where a ship or aircraft may be moored.
  • noun A charge for mooring.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A place for mooring.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun A place for mooring.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The act of mooring.
  • noun A place where a ship or an aircraft may be moored.
  • noun The fee for mooring.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a fee for mooring
  • noun the act of securing an arriving vessel with ropes
  • noun a place where a craft can be made fast

Etymologies

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Examples

  • There was some talk of keeping it in the harbor and converting it for use as offices or as a tourist attraction, but that would require long-term moorage, Wallace explained.

    The Seattle Times

  • The resort also features an exquisite waterside restaurant with 279 feet of short-term moorage dedicated to it, fitness centre, and large, beautifully appointed two-bedroom / two-bathroom villas that are available for ownership or for vacation stays.

    Hotel Interactive News Headlines

  • There was some talk of keeping it in the harbor and converting it for use as offices or as a tourist attraction, but that would require long-term moorage, Wallace explained.

    The Seattle Times

  • I know lots of boaters in my home state of Washington, and they all will tell you that the costs of ownership, i.e., fuel, moorage, maintenance, insurance & all the rest, costs them about 10% per year of the original cost of the boat, and that's if you do whatever maintenance you can yourself.

    HEADING FOR MEXICO? QUESTIONS FOR YOURSELF

  • I opened the gate for Gene Wilder at a yacht moorage near Seattle, and Chuck Norris stopped his Jeep in Alberton, MT when I was walking The Gypsy in a snowstorm.

    what is yalls favorite country song

  • The 164 feet of lake frontage includes several pockets of graveled beach and a dock leading to a boathouse and yacht moorage.

    Giving Up on the Dream

  • Erik Johnson for The Wall Street It also has 164 feet of lake frontage, including several pockets of graveled beach and a dock leading to a boathouse and yacht moorage.

    Paradise Lost -- Photos

  • I know lots of boaters in my home state of Washington, and they all will tell you that the costs of ownership, i.e., fuel, moorage, maintenance, insurance & all the rest, costs them about 10% per year of the original cost of the boat, and that's if you do whatever maintenance you can yourself.

    HEADING FOR MEXICO? QUESTIONS FOR YOURSELF

  • I know lots of boaters in my home state of Washington, and they all will tell you that the costs of ownership, i.e., fuel, moorage, maintenance, insurance & all the rest, costs them about 10% per year of the original cost of the boat, and that's if you do whatever maintenance you can yourself.

    HEADING FOR MEXICO? QUESTIONS FOR YOURSELF

  • I opened the gate for Gene Wilder at a yacht moorage near Seattle, and Chuck Norris stopped his Jeep in Alberton, MT when I was walking The Gypsy in a snowstorm.

    what is yalls favorite country song

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