What is another word for shipyard?

Pronunciation: [ʃˈɪpjɑːd] (IPA)

A shipyard is a place where ships are built and repaired. It can also be called a boatyard, shipbuilding yard, or maritime yard. Sometimes, it may be referred to as a ship dock or dry dock, depending on the specific activity being carried out. Another alternative word is shipyard facility, which encompasses the entire facility where the ships are built and serviced. The word shipbuilder's yard is also commonly used to describe a shipyard. Finally, the term marine repair yard refers to a facility that specializes in repairing marine vessels. In general, the maritime industry uses multiple synonyms for the word shipyard.

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    • Proper noun, singular
      dockyard, werft.

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Usage examples for Shipyard

"'Bout four weeks arter that she begun to git around, and then she'd walk out ez fur ez ther shipyard fence, and then, begosh, she begun to flesh up so as you wouldn't know her.
"The Other Fellow"
F. Hopkinson Smith
The police sent us to the hospital and then went back and towed the airplane over to the shipyard next door to Solvay.
"The First Airplane Diesel Engine: Packard Model DR-980 of 1928"
Robert B. Meyer
He had bought a share in a shipyard, and, as he was a man who had a great idea about the lines of a vessel, and all that sort of thing, he had determined to put his money into that business.
"Mrs. Cliff's Yacht"
Frank R. Stockton

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