dockyard definition

  • noun:
    • An area, usually bordering a body of water, with services for building, fixing, or dry-docking ships.
    • a place, usually bordering a body of water, with facilities for building, restoring, or dry-docking vessels.
    • An area, usually bordering a body of water, with services for building, fixing, or dry-docking vessels.
    • Chiefly British A navy lawn.
    • Chiefly British A navy yard.
    • Chiefly British A navy garden.
    • a spot in which vessels tend to be fixed or equipped.
    • someplace where boats are repaired or equipped.
    • somewhere where boats tend to be fixed or equipped.
    • A yard or storage place for a variety of naval stores and timber for shipbuilding.
    • A yard or storage location for a number of naval shops and wood for shipbuilding.
    • A yard or storage location for a number of naval stores and timber for shipbuilding.
    • A yard or magazine near a harbor, for containing all sorts of naval shops and timber.
    • A yard or magazine near a harbor, for containing all sorts of naval shops and timber.
    • A yard or magazine near a harbor, for containing a myriad of naval shops and wood.
    • an establishment on waterfront in which vessels are designed or fitted out or fixed
    • an establishment regarding waterfront in which vessels are made or fitted away or repaired
    • an establishment on the waterfront in which vessels are designed or fitted away or fixed
    • a location, frequently bordering a body of liquid, with facilities for building, repairing, or dry-docking ships.
    • Chiefly British A navy garden.
    • a spot where ships are repaired or outfitted.
    • A yard or storage place for all kinds of naval stores and wood for shipbuilding.
    • a yard or mag near a harbor, for containing all kinds of naval shops and wood.
    • an establishment from the waterfront in which vessels are built or fitted away or repaired

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