Definition of Boatyards

1. Noun. (plural of boatyard) ¹



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Definition of Boatyards

1. boatyard [n] - See also: boatyard

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Boatyards

boatswain's chairs
boatswain's pipe
boatswain's pipes
boatswain-bird
boatswain-birds
boatswain bird
boatswains
boattail
boattailed
boattails
boatwoman
boatwomen
boatwright
boatwrights
boatyard
boatyards (current term)
bob
bob-cherry
bob about
bob around
bob haircut
bob haircuts
bob under
bob up
bob wig
bob wigs
boba
boba tea
bobac
bobacs

Literary usage of Boatyards

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1. Costa Brava, Costa Dorada by Elke Homburg, Marion Golder (2001)
"Today the Gothic halls of these time-honored boatyards house the shipping musuem, the Museu Maritimo. ..."

2. Gazetteer of the State of New York: Embracing a Comprehensive View of the by Frank Place (1860)
"South Rondout, upon Rondout Creek, in the N. part, contain- an extensive cement and lime factory, a lager beer brewery, a brickyard, several boatyards, ..."

3. Italian Lakes by Richard Sale (2006)
"The road that leaves Arona southward passes through Dormelletto, famous with sailors for its boatyards and with lovers of the turf for its racehorse stud ..."

4. Minnesota and Its Resources: To which are Appended Campfire Sketches, Or by John Wesley Bond (1853)
"We also want a manufactory of wooden ware, some tanneries, glass-works (gas also in a year or two), foundries, furnaces, boatyards, &c., &c.; everything, ..."

5. Commentaries on the Law of Municipal Corporations by John Forrest Dillon (1911)
"... of said town and for travelers who may erect thereon temporary boatyards," and it appeared that the use of the land by travellers had ceased in fact, ..."

6. Waterways of Westward Expansion: The Ohio River and Its Tributaries by Archer Butler Hulbert (1903)
"... 320 hands at the boatyards, 200 joiners, 200 engine- and foundry-men, 50 painters, making the total number of persons employed 770. ..."

7. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1876)
"He set up boatyards, and organised the fishing business. He stopped drunkenness with a high hand. Incorrigible blackguards he shipped off to the mainland. ..."

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