Definition of 'fishing port'
Example sentences containing 'fishing port'
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Wonderful woodland walks, three beautiful beaches a short drive away and pretty fishing ports to explore. The Sun (2017)It was once a great fishing port and now it isn't any more. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This resort is also a fishing port and has strong religious connections. The Sun (2015)Down in the fishing ports, the fishermen still fish. Times, Sunday Times (2006)For the only way out of the fishing port below is to turn your bike around 180 degrees and climb all the way out! The Sun (2016)In Portugal, salt cod is hung along the streets of fishing ports to dry. Food Watch (1994)Grimsby in the 1950s used to be the largest fishing port in the world, but today there are just four trawlers left. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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