Definition of Shipyard

1. Noun. A workplace where ships are built or repaired.

Terms within: Dry Dock, Drydock, Graving Dock, Shipway, Slipway, Ways
Specialized synonyms: Naval Shipyard, Navy Yard
Generic synonyms: Work, Workplace



Definition of Shipyard

1. n. A yard, place, or inclosure where ships are built or repaired.

Definition of Shipyard

1. Noun. A place where ships are built and repaired. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Shipyard

1. a place where ships are built or repaired [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Shipyard

shipway
shipways
shipwide
shipworm
shipworms
shipwreck
shipwreck survivor
shipwrecked
shipwreckee
shipwreckees
shipwrecking
shipwrecks
shipwrecky
shipwright
shipwrights
shipyard (current term)
shipyards
shiquolts
shir
shiralee
shiralees
shiranui-gata
shire
shire horse
shire horses
shire town
shired
shireman
shiremen
shires

Literary usage of Shipyard

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Practical Ship Production by Andrew Williams Carmichael (1919)
"SITE FOR A shipyard The site for a shipyard must be, of course, ... The area of ground necessary for a shipyard depends not only upon the number and size of ..."

2. Practical Ship Production by Andrew Williams Carmichael (1919)
"SITE FOR A shipyard The site for a shipyard must be, of course, ... The area of ground necessary for a shipyard depends not only upon the number and size of ..."

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