Moor - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- open land usually with peaty soil covered with heather and bracken and moss (syn: moorland)
- come into or dock at a wharf (syn: berth, wharf)
- secure with cables or ropes
...as she wanders the windswept moor, the novel's heroine vows that she will never marry the vicar...
...a mysterious figure who was said to have haunted the moors of southwest England...
We found a harbor and moored the boat there for the night.
The boat was moored alongside the dock.
We need to find a place to moor for the night.
They went grouse shooting up on the moors.
Two or three fishing boats were moored alongside the pier.
The route then heads west over Gerrick Moor.
present participle: mooring
past tense: moored
past participle: moored
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