Antonyms for docked

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We had docked her twice in London, and it had done her good.

She was a slim girl, with a lot of auburn hair which was docked.

And not a man or a woman was docked or dropped from the payroll.

They expected to arrive to-morrow but caught the transport and docked yesterday.

Unlike most of its brethren, it has but a short, hairy tail, looking as if it had been docked.

Not a ship would leave any port in the United Kingdom, not a ship would be docked.

This horse had been clipped and his tail was docked, and he was turned out to graze.

It was not until the ship was docked that Little heard the story.

Which docked the run considerably, for we had to be in at six to tea.

The captain is on the bridge until the ship has docked, answered the uniformed one.