Moor

to attach a boat to a mooring buoy or post. Also, to a dock a ship.
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Moor

• (n.) One of a mixed race inhabiting Morocco, Algeria, Tunis, and Tripoli, chiefly along the coast and in towns. • (n.) An extensive waste covered with patches of heath, and having a poor, light soil, but sometimes marshy, and abounding in peat; a heath. • (v. t.) To fix or secure, as a vessel, in a particular place by casting ancho...
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moor

verb secure in or as if in a berth or dock; `tie up the boat`
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moor

moorland noun open land usually with peaty soil covered with heather and bracken and moss
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moor

Click images to enlargeIn earth science, a stretch of land, usually at a height, which is characterized by a vegetation of heather, coarse grass, and bracken. A moor may be poorly drained and contain boggy hollows
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Moor

Moor (mōr) noun [ French More , Maure , Latin Maurus a Moor, a Mauritanian, an inhabitant of Mauritania, Greek May^ros ; confer may^ros black, dark. Confer Morris a dance, Morocco .] 1. One of a mixed race inhabiting Morocco, Al...
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Moor

Moor intransitive verb To cast anchor; to become fast. « On oozy ground his galleys moor Dryden.
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Moor

Moor noun [ Middle English mor , Anglo-Saxon mōr moor, morass; akin to Dutch moer moor, German moor , and probably to Goth. marei sea, English mere . See Mere a lake.] 1. An extensive waste covered with patches of heath, and having a po...
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Moor

Any of the northwestern African Muslims, of mixed Arab and Berber origin, who conquered Spain and ruled its southern part from 711 to 1492, when they were forced to renounce their faith and became...
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Moor

Any of the northwestern African Muslims, of mixed Arab and Berber origin, who conquered Spain and ruled its southern part from 711 to 1492, when they were forced to renounce their faith and became Christian (they were then known as Moriscos). The name (English form of Latin Maurus) was originally applied to an ...
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moor

Chiefly British term: an extensive area of open rolling infertile land consisting of sand, rock, or peat usually covered with heather, bracken, coarse grass and sphagnum moss, a boggy area of wasteland usually dominated by grasses and sedges growing in a thick layer of peat. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Moor

in English usage, a Moroccan or, formerly, a member of the Muslim population of what is now Spain and Portugal. Of mixed Arab, Spanish, and Amazigh ... [18 related articles]
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moor

Open ground, usually coarse grass, heather and bracken.
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Moor

Similar in many respects to a heath, but occurring at higher elevations. The flora is dominated by ling, heathers, grasses and sedges.
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moor

To attach a boat to a fixed object.
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Moor

to attach a boat to a mooring buoy or post. Also, to a dock a ship.
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Moor

to attach a boat to a mooring buoy or post. Also, to a dock a ship.
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moor

To hold the ship in place with lines at a berth
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moor

tract of open country that may be either dry with heather and associated vegetation or wet with an acid peat vegetation. If wet, a moor is generally ... [2 related articles]
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moor

[n] - one of the Muslim people of Africa 2. [n] - open land usually with peaty soil covered with heather and bracken and moss 3. [v] - secure in or as if in a berth or dock 4. [v] - come into or dock at a wharf 5. [v] - secure with cables or ropes
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