Definition of Quaysides

1. Noun. (plural of quayside) ¹



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Definition of Quaysides

1. quayside [n] - See also: quayside

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quaysides

quavering
quaveringly
quavers
quavery
quay
quayage
quayages
quayd
quayed
quaying
quaylike
quayman
quaymen
quays
quayside
quaysides (current term)
quazepam
quazinone
qubit
qubitope
qubits
qubyte
qubytes
qudit
qudits
queach
queaches
queachier
queachy
queal

Literary usage of Quaysides

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1. Lessons for Students in Architecture by Herman Hertzberger (2001)
"The quaysides then become the perfect place to tie on one's skates, while the street above becomes the domain of spectators. This transformation provides ..."

2. Lessons for Students in Architecture by Herman Hertzberger, Ina Rike (2005)
"The quaysides then become the perfect place to tie on one's skates, while the street above becomes the domain of spectators. This transformation provides ..."

3. The Electrical Engineer (1893)
"The second row, B, denotes a degree of illumination so that ordinary work can be carried on, and is applicable to railway sidings, sheds, docks, quaysides, ..."

4. A Labrador Doctor: The Autobiography of Wilfred Thomason Grenfell . by Wilfred Thomason Grenfell (1919)
"The quaysides of the fisherman's quarters teemed with low saloons. Wages were even paid off in them or their annexes, and grog vessels, luring the men ..."

5. A Labrador Doctor: The Autobiography of Wilfred Thomason Grenfell . by Wilfred Thomason Grenfell (1919)
"The quaysides of the fisherman's quarters teemed with low saloons. Wages were even paid off in them or their annexes, and grog vessels, luring the men ..."

6. Army and Navy Uniforms and Insignia: How to Know Rank, Corps and Service in by Dion Williams (1919)
"The quaysides of the fisherman's quarters teemed with low saloons. Wages were even paid off in them or their annexes, and grog vessels, luring the men ..."

7. Space and the Architect: Lessons in Architecture 2 by Herman Hertzberger (2000)
"People were conveyed almost exclusively along the quaysides and so the water had no bearing whatsoever on how the buildings were entered. ..."

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