Quotes for "anchor":
"A lot of these angles are really about trying to mimic broadcast sports angles in order to anchor the scene, to sort of normalize it before it becomes abstracted."
"Stood off and on during the night, determining not to come to anchor till morning, fearing to meet with shoals continued our course in the morning and as the island was found to be six or seven leagues distant, and the tide was against us, it was noon when we arrived there."
"The current wisdom now is that if the three networks are covering the news the same way the difference is the anchor people. I think that won't be true in the future."
"I have my ethics and morals. I have my anchor point of what is right and wrong in real life, but I'm not afraid to entertain any and every aspect of personality in relationship to creating a character."
"To act is to anchor in an imminent future, so imminent it becomes almost tangible to act is to feel you are consubstantial with that future."
"Amidst the confusion of the times, the conflicts of conscience, and the turmoil of daily living, an abiding faith becomes an anchor to our lives."
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- Synonym for "anchor"
- stop, anchoret
- Verb Forms for "anchor"
- anchored, anchoring, anchors
- Phrases for "anchor"
- anchor chair, Bloom anchor, anchor reporter-type, post-star anchor, TV anchor
- Rhyme for "anchor"
- anker, banker, canker, danker, hanker
- Hypernym for "anchor"
- support, tv reporter, tv newsman, television newscaster, television reporter
- Cross Reference for "anchor"
- hold, to weigh anchor, nuts of an anchor, folding anchor, anchor and collar
- Equivalent for "anchor"
- Etymologically Related for "anchor"
- anchorage, weigh anchor
- Form for "anchor"
- anchored, anchoring
- Same Context for "anchor"
- sail, mast, cable, boat, rope
- Variant for "anchor"
- egg-and-dart, egg-and-tongue, achorman, anchorwoman, anchorperson