Definition of dockside
: the shore or area adjacent to a dock
Examples of dockside in a Sentence
The fish are unloaded at dockside and taken right to the market.
Recent Examples of dockside from the Web
Also in Shima, the rustic Hiogiso is a dockside ryokan with a cypress onsen and tatami-floor guest rooms.
At dockside, spectators were taken by the grandeur of it all.
The Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain, replicas of 18th- and 19th-century vessels, respectively, will be open to the public at the Ocean Institute starting today, offering dockside tours and educational programs.
The neighborhood, Eastlake, is a mix of dockside and waterfront communities and conventional single-family houses and condos on land.
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: the area along a shore next to a dock
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