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moored

adjective as in stationary

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Moor didn’t think to pursue asking Salerno to return the badge.

Friday morning at breakfast, travelers were buzzing in the elevators about why the ship was still moored instead of out at sea.

Sometimes one can see up to a dozen mega-ships moored at the same time in Venice.

VESSELS MOORED IN HARBOR: NINE BATTLESHIPS; THREE CLASS-B CRUISERS; THREE SEAPLANE TENDERS; SEVENTEEN DESTROYERS.

McIntyre was 32 years old when he took a job as an engineer on the Valhalla, a fishing trawler moored in Gloucester, Mass.

She has seen pictures of her husband with bikini-clad babes on his yachts moored off Sardinia.

When his eyes grew accustomed to his surroundings he made out the shape of a native boat moored beneath the wall.

Her chum came leaping up the hill behind her, having moored the canoe with one hitch.

The Hope lay safely moored, with her ensign at the peak, and flying the distinguished flag of the firm.

The vessel was securely moored, for she could not drag that great expanse of canvas through the seas.

"Floating" bridges are roadways carried on pontoons moored in a stream.

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On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to moored, such as: immobile, motionless, parked, stagnant, static, and anchored.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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