dockside

noun, often attributive dock·side \ -ˌsīd \

Definition of dockside

: the shore or area adjacent to a dock

Examples of dockside in a Sentence

  1. The fish are unloaded at dockside and taken right to the market.

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First Known Use of dockside

1887


DOCKSIDE Defined for English Language Learners

dockside

noun

Definition of dockside for English Language Learners

  • : the area along a shore next to a dock


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