a row of piles, connected at the tops, to which ships or boats can be moored.
[moo r-ing] /ˈmʊər ɪŋ/ noun 1. the act of a person or thing that . 2. Usually, moorings. the means by which a ship, boat, or aircraft is . 3. moorings, a place where a ship, boat, or aircraft may be . 4. Usually, moorings. one’s stability or security: After the death of his wife […]
noun, Nautical. 1. a broad, augerlike anchor used for securing buoys in soft-bottomed lakes, rivers, etc.
[moo-dee] /ˈmu di/ adjective, moodier, moodiest. 1. given to gloomy, depressed, or sullen ; ill-humored. 2. proceeding from or showing such a : a moody silence. 3. expressing or exhibiting sharply varying ; temperamental. [moo-dee] /ˈmu di/ noun 1. Dwight Lyman [lahy-muh n] /ˈlaɪ mən/ (Show IPA), 1837–99, U.S. evangelist. 2. Helen Wills, . 3. […]
noun any depiction in language or the arts of a complex set of moods or feelings Examples The artist painted the moodscape in oil on canvas. Word Origin mood + -scape