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Moored

Pronunciation of Moored
/mˈʊ͡əd/, /mˈʊ‍əd/, /m_ˈʊə_d/

Synonyms for Moored

stationary (adjective)

immobile, inert, motionless, parked, pat, permanent, stable, stagnant, standing, static, stock-still, unmoving, Anchored, Moored, Nailed, at a standstill, nailed down.

anchor (verb)

attach, drop, fasten, imbed, moor, plant, stay, make port.

bind (verb)

adhere, bandage, border, cinch, clamp, connect, constrict, cover, dress, edge, encase, enchain, fetter, finish, fold, furl, glue, hamper, handcuff, hem, hitch, hobble, hook on, hook up, lace, lap, leash, manacle, muzzle, paste, peg down, pin, pin down, pinion, put together, restrain, restrict, rope, shackle, stick, strap, swathe, tack on, trammel, trim, truss, unite, wrap, yoke, Enfetter, hitch on.

chain (verb)

bind, confine, enslave, hold.

dock (verb)

anchor, drop anchor, join, link up, put in, rendezvous.

establish (verb)

authorize, base, build, constitute, create, decree, domiciliate, enact, endow, ensconce, entrench, erect, form, found, ground, implant, inaugurate, inculcate, install, institute, land, live, lodge, originate, place, practice, provide, put, rivet, root, set down, settle, stabilize, start, station, ring in, lay foundation, start ball rolling.

fasten (verb)

affix, band, bar, batten, belt, bolt, bond, brace, button, cement, cleave, close, cohere, couple, embed, establish, girth, grip, hook, infix, jam, knot, link, lock, mortise, nail, seal, set, solder, stay put, strengthen, string, tag, tighten, wedge, weld, screw, make firm, freeze to.

fix (verb)

congeal, consolidate, graft, harden, ingrain, instill, locate, nail down, position, rigidify, solidify, steady, stiffen, thicken.

hitch (verb)

harness.

moor (verb)

berth, catch, chain, dock, fix, lash, picket, secure, tether, tie, tie up, make fast.

Usage examples for Moored

  1. But, fortunately for us, the Yukon, like the Suwanee River, must have an ending, and I am awakened early next morning to find the Hannah moored alongside a busy wharf at Dawson City. – From Paris to New York by Land by Harry de Windt
  2. Selecting a couple of followers, both skilled with the bow, and all being armed with spears, Edmund leapt ashore, for the water was deep up to the rocks, and the Dragon had been moored alongside for the convenience of taking on board the wood for the repairs. – The Dragon and the Raven or, The Days of King Alfred by G. A. Henty
  3. They came and went too quickly and their ships lay moored far out, at the very entrance of the harbour. – 'Twixt Land & Sea by Joseph Conrad
  4. From each ship that lies moored, the cable from the bows, tautened to its anchor, makes a run of silver light. – To Cuba and Back by Richard Henry Dana

Rhymes for Moored

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