Examples of wharf in a Sentence
tied the rowboat up at the wharf
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The wharf stood a few miles from Fort Sumter, where the first shots of the Civil War had been fired just a little more than a year before.
Malpeque Oyster Barn is located on the wharf at Malpeque Bay, and serves its oysters in a variety of ways: small choice, large choice or pan-fried.
In Hong Kong, the site of Victoria Dockside has had a few lives: first as a bustling logistics and trade wharf in the early 20th century; later a New World Centre commercial complex, which the developer closed in 2009.
Spirits don’t need houses to haunt; ships, wharves and beaches will do just as well, and those will be among the spooky milieus investigated in this Staten Island event, which comprises five institutions on the harbor campus.
The great thing about the Crescent Park is that the international starchitects who designed it had respect for the crumbling wharves and enormous sheet-metal warehouses that once stood there.
Then the Louisville interests intervened and cut off the plans to put the railroad to Portland wharf and direct it to Louisville.
Some aspects of the project have already been done that don’t affect new areas: A wharf has been strengthened to handle military equipment and a new gate has been built at the air base.
There have been archaeological investigations at the old wharf site.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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