Definition of 'docking'
Example sentences containing 'docking'
You couldn't have your usual recreational facilities the night before sailing or the night before docking.MR STARLIGHT (2004)
They knew better than to watch the actual docking, or worse still spy on the solitary black man who captained this boat as he disembarked.GALILEE (2004)
He cast off the single docking line that secured the Bertram to Night Watch, then motioned with the Ingram.CORMORANT (2004)
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