What is another word for Wharfing?

Pronunciation: [wˈɔːfɪŋ] (IPA)

Wharfing refers to the act of building, repairing, or using a wharf or a dock. Synonyms for this term include dock-building, port construction, harbor maintenance, marina development, pier installation, and jetty establishment. Other related terms may include waterfront development, marine facilities, quayside improvement, and waterfront engineering. These terms convey the idea of creating a functional and safe port area, ensuring smooth cargo transportation, and enhancing the economic activity in the region. Wharfing and its synonyms play a crucial role in facilitating trade and commerce and promoting tourism in coastal cities and towns worldwide.

Usage examples for Wharfing

Sheds and boat-houses and Wharfing were whirled past all day in the tumble of ice cakes.
"A Northern Countryside"
Rosalind Richards
The San Marco glided into a bayou,-under a high Wharfing of timbers, where a bearded fisherman waited, and a woman.
"Chita: A Memory of Last Island"
Lafcadio Hearn

Related words: wharf design, wharf engineering, wharf projects, wharf plans, wharf construction, wharf building, wharf designs

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