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berth the space allotted to a ship to dock or anchor. [2/6 definitions]
bitt a similar low post on a wharf or dock; bollard. [1/3 definitions]
bobtail to shorten or cut the tail of; dock. [1/4 definitions]
crib a heavy underwater framework for supporting a structure such as a pier, dock, boathouse, or the like. [1/12 definitions]
dock1 to put (a ship) into dry dock. [2/8 definitions]
dockage1 a charge for using dock facilities. [1/3 definitions]
dockside the area beside a dock.
dry dock a basin-shaped dock that holds a ship and that can be drained or lifted to expose the ship's hull for cleaning or repairs.
dry-dock to put or go into dry dock, as a ship.
fisher spider any of a family of nursery-web spiders that have the ability to skate across and dive beneath the surface of water, also called a dock spider.
float a raft or section of dock that floats and is used in boarding or debarking from boats or planes. [1/14 definitions]
longshoreman a man whose job is to load and unload ships; dock worker.
seaport a city, town, or harbor at which seagoing vessels dock, load, and unload.
shipside the portion of a dock alongside a ship.
wharf to dock (a ship) at a wharf. [1/4 definitions]