Definition of Buoyage

1. n. Buoys, taken collectively; a series of buoys, as for the guidance of vessels into or out of port; the providing of buoys.



Definition of Buoyage

1. Noun. (nautical) any of several codes of practice under which buoys of various shapes and colours are used for the same navigational purpose ¹

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Definition of Buoyage

1. a group of buoys [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Buoyage

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bunyavirus
bunyavirus encephalitis
bunyaviruses
bunyip
bunyip aristocracy
bunyips
bunyon
bunyons
buolt
buolts
buoy
buoy rope
buoy tender
buoy up
buoyage (current term)
buoyages
buoyance
buoyances
buoyancies
buoyancy
buoyancy aid
buoyancy aids
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buoyant density
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buoyantness
buoyed
buoyed up
buoying

Literary usage of Buoyage

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1. A Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Harbour Engineering by Brysson Cunningham (1908)
"National Systems' of buoyage.—It is interesting in this connection to compare the practice ... National Systems of buoyage. more so than in French practice, ..."

2. The Journal of the Manchester Geographical Society by Manchester Geographical Society (1888)
"MARITIME LIGHTING AND buoyage. The Geographical Society of Lisbon, April 20th, 1888. To the President of the Manchester Geographical Society. ..."

3. The Danish Pilot by Great Britain Hydrographic Office (1890)
"System of buoyage. Beacons on coast of Jutland. Kattegat. ... German System of buoyage and beacons. Storm signals and signal stations. ..."

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