Examples of mooring in a Sentence
We found a temporary mooring in the harbor.
The wind was strong enough to tear the boat from its moorings.
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A few miles past the checkpoint, boats were flung scatter-shot, one mooring in a gas station parking lot.
The company this week worked to stabilize the structure with additional chains, lines and mooring points.
Atop it, moving slowly toward us, were garlands of orange and red and gold seaweed that had been ripped from its mooring and taken for a ride on the tide.
Mooring carefully differentiates them, helped by Dickey’s sharp script.
Other boats, like the Saint Joseph, can break off their moorings and float downstream, presenting a danger for people and property on the river.
Their ship filled with water, snapped its mooring lines and sank, drowning three.
Rumi scholars, the piece explained, often noted that modern interest in Rumi and his spiritual ideas tended to gloss over the Islamic moorings of his philosophy.
A 90-minute bus ride through the countryside took us to our mooring along the Danube.
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