Thesaurus / dockyard
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He said it was an anomaly in the laws that the dockyard laborers were not disfranchised.

The first thing on coming into the harbour that struck my eye was your very frigate alongside the dockyard.

Rattlin the ReeferEdward Howard

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

The Sailor's Word-BookWilliam Henry Smyth

Everyone employed in the dockyard, even down to his own household, is rated on the ship's books, consequently they are all men.

The English in the West IndiesJames Anthony Froude

Less than twenty years later the dockyard had a narrow escape from destruction by fire.

We told em about our anchors in the Dockyard, said the bridge.

A Fleet in BeingRudyard Kipling

The Avondale arrived the next day at the island which had been chosen as a dockyard, and the ship-building was at once commenced.

Although it is called the Foundery, it is in reality, as you see, a dockyard fer building iron steamers.

A cant word for stealing copper sheathing from vessels' bottoms, or from dockyard stores.

The Sailor's Word-BookWilliam Henry Smyth

The ship was at this time refitting, and was what is usually called in the hands of the dockyard, and a sweet mess she was in.

Frank MildmayCaptain Frederick Marryat

WORDS RELATED TO DOCKYARD

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