[ dˈɒkhand], [ dˈɒkhand], [ d_ˈɒ_k_h_a_n_d]
Related words: dockworkers, dock equipment, dockhand training, what is a dockhand, dockworker salary, best dockhand book
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How to use "Dockhand" in context?
Dockhands are a common sight on American ports. These workers unload cargo and redirect ships at the dock. They work in a variety of weather conditions, and must be physically fit to handle heavy lifting and climbing. Dockhands usually start at the bottom, working their way up the ladder, and must be able to handle difficult tasks quickly and safely.
Homophones for Dockhand:
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