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Definition of "moored" []

  • To secure (a ship, boat, etc) with cables or ropes (verb)
  • (of a ship, boat, etc) to be secured in this way (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of moor. (verb)

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Use "moored" in a sentence
  • "Shrimp boats remain moored in the Port of Beaumont on Monday, September 26."
  • "The seine was then moored, that is, secured by grappling hooks."
  • "Instead, we found the remains of 14 ancient ships "moored" in the desert, miles from the Nile."