Recent Examples of dockyard from the Web
Yet these days, thanks to tight NSF budgets, the Langseth typically has another view: a New York dockyard.
Hugging the Thames River, Woolwich is the former site of the Royal Arsenal and Henry VIII’s dockyard, where Charles Darwin’s Beagle was built.
The town was literally ablaze, the dry dock and dockyard buildings completely demolished and everywhere wounded and dead.
The brand new carrier left its dockyard in Rosyth for the first time on Monday, where it was assembled from subsections built all over the UK.
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Definition of dockyard for English Language Learners
: a place where ships are built and repaired
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