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at anchor meaning

"at anchor" in a sentence
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  • Anchored

  • [American slang]
    adj. phr. Held by an anchor from floating away; anchored. The ship rode at anchor in the harbor.
Examples
  • The vessel lies at anchor at seattle.
  • The vessel at anchor surged in the heavy sea.
  • In the mouth of loch aline we found a great seagoing ship at anchor.
  • The fleet lay at anchor half a mile off the headland
  • Anchor wires should have a spelter type socket at anchor side
  • Several boats lay at anchor in the harbour
  • Several boats lay at anchor in the harbour
  • We lay at anchor outside the harbour
  • We lay at anchor outside the harbor
  • We lay at anchor outside the harbour
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