Port language



[“Communicating Parallel Processes”, J. Kerridge et al, Soft Prac & Exp 16(1):63-86 (Jan 1986)].

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  • Portless

    [pawrt, pohrt] /pɔrt, poʊrt/ noun 1. a city, town, or other place where ships load or unload. 2. a place along a coast in which ships may take refuge from storms; harbor. 3. Also called port of entry. Law. any place where persons and merchandise are allowed to pass, by water or land, into and […]

  • Portliness

    [pawrt-lee, pohrt-] /ˈpɔrt li, ˈpoʊrt-/ adjective, portlier, portliest. 1. rather heavy or fat; stout; corpulent. 2. Archaic. stately, dignified, or imposing. /ˈpɔːtlɪ/ adjective -lier, -liest 1. stout or corpulent 2. (archaic) stately; impressive adj. early 15c., “stately, dignified,” from port (n.3) “bearing, carriage” + -ly (1). Meaning “stout” is first recorded 1590s.



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