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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Dockage; accommodation for mooring or anchoring.

Usage examples (4)
  • From the spacious and convenient berthage of the floating light, the exchange to the artificers was, in this respect, much for the better.
  • Abaft the foremast, and between it and the main hatch, stood a deck-house, the fore part of which constituted the berthage for the steerage passengers, while the...
  • Next came the petty officers 'berthage, of which the same may be said, although, as was to be expected, the space here was rather more restricted, and the fittings...
  • A new channel for the river was excavated, which further enlarged the floating space and wharf accommodation; wet and dry docks were added; until at length the quay... for more
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