Definition of Landing stage
1. Noun. Platform from which passengers and cargo can be (un)loaded.
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Literary usage of Landing stage
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1. Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain (2000)
"We drove about the city; MEMPHIS: A landing stage. visited the park and the sociable horde of squirrels there; saw the fine residences, rose-clad and in ..."
2. Report of Proceedings (1908)
"... where an exhibition and sale of small objects of gold and silver, manufactured by the peasants, was to be improvised on the landing stage ; and in the ..."
3. Uganda's Katikiro in England: Being the Offical Account of His Visit to the by Ham Mukasa, Ernest Millar (1904)
"Oceanic —Liverpool Town Hall—The Cotton Exchange—The landing-stage —Cambridge—"The tutor of the world"—The University Press— The University Library—"One ..."
4. Personally Conducted by Frank Richard Stockton (1889)
"We are landed at Liverpool by a little side-wheel steamboat, which conveys us from the ocean steamer, anchored in mid-stream, to the "landing-stage" or ..."
5. Personally Conducted by Frank Richard Stockton (1889)
"We are landed at Liverpool by a little side-wheel steamboat, which conveys us from the ocean steamer, anchored in' mid-stream, to the " landing-stage " or ..."