Definition of Harborages

1. Noun. (plural of harborage) ¹



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Definition of Harborages

1. harborage [n] - See also: harborage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Harborages

harberous
harbinger
harbingered
harbingering
harbingers
harbor
harbor master
harbor patrol
harbor porpoise
harbor seal
harbor seals
harborage
harborages (current term)
harbored
harborer
harborers
harborfront
harborfronts
harborful
harborfuls
harboring
harborless
harbormaster
harbormasters
harborous
harbors
harborscape

Literary usage of Harborages

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1. Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey to the Secretary of the by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1893)
"... the region immediately about Mount St. Elias,is deeply indented and prevailingly fringed with islands, so that the harborages are indefinitely numerous. ..."

2. The Autobiography of Nathaniel Southgate Shaler by Nathaniel Southgate Shaler, Sophia Penn Page Shaler (1909)
"... study harborages for their value as shelters, and learn by experience what a lee shore means, you become curiously well acquainted with the facts — you ..."

3. The Physiography of the United States: Ten Monographs by National Geographic Society (U.S.), J. W. Powell (1896)
"Another group of sand-bar harborages owes its origin to the inlets or breaches which are formed where the waters of a lagoon, overfilled by the rivers, ..."

4. Man and the Earth by Nathaniel Southgate Shaler (1905)
"... extent of these reservations we see that they may well serve as harborages for many of the mammals and birds which else are sure of being swept away. ..."

5. Sea and Land: Features of Coasts and Oceans, with Special Reference to the by Nathaniel Southgate Shaler (1895)
"It is otherwise with the harborages of our fresh water lakes. In those tideless waters the action of organic life is practically limited to the growth of ..."

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