Definition of 'bollard'
Example sentences containing 'bollard'
Each time a wave rolled in, Simon, lashed to the bollard and secured by a lifeline, ducked his head and let the pressure off the tow line.LET NOT THE DEEP (2001) THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2001)
Judging his distance the anchorman crouched, then leapt onto the jetty, wrapping his rope round a bollard while the oarsmen backed water.A TIME OF WAR (2001)
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