dock[ dok ]SEE DEFINITION OF dock
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOCK
I reckon that if Dock had stayed in Chicago a week he'd have had everybody crazy.
I think sometimes that I see you yourself in the dock, Master Helstrop.
Then do you want to go back and stay on the dock and starve?
It even explained why he had expected Malone to place him in charge of the dock.
Purplish shadows had already begun to dim the tug and dock and ocean.
Only when on board did the lads appreciate the enormous size of the dock.
The whole face of the sea around the dock broke into a sort of sputtering.
Then some of the men on top of the dock's side began yelling.
The air was full of flying spume that whipped in through the stern of the dock.
The schooner might well have been warped to a dock in some port of the dead.