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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOCKYARD

This dockyard is smaller, and in appearance inferior every way to that of Boston.

Passing out of the Dockyard precincts we are at once in the English quarter.

A portion of the dockyard where ships were landed for a tide.

The dockyard name given to the person who constructs a ship of the navy.

The part of a dockyard where cambering is performed, and timber kept.

These duties are now under the superintendent of the dockyard.

This gave me an entry to the dockyard—all I wished at the moment.

The next day, the shrieking wretches were brought to the dockyard.

The commissioner of the dockyard paid him the compliment, etc.

The dockyard was at Port Royal, opposite which we brought up.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DOCKYARD

dry dock

nounwaterless area for ship repairs
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