shipside

Shipside vs Quay - What's the difference?

shipside | quay |


As a noun shipside

is the part of a harbour or dock by a ship.

As a verb quay is

enclose, surround, encircle.

Shipside vs Shipwide - What's the difference?

shipside | shipwide |


As a noun shipside

is the part of a harbour or dock by a ship.

As an adjective shipwide is

throughout a ship.

Ship vs Shipside - What's the difference?

ship | shipside |


As nouns the difference between ship and shipside

is that ship is a water-borne vessel generally larger than a boat or ship can be (fandom) a fictional romantic relationship between two persons, either real or themselves fictional while shipside is the part of a harbour or dock by a ship.

As a verb ship

is (label) to send by water-borne transport or ship can be (fandom) to write fiction that includes fictional romantic relationships between two persons, either real or themselves fictional.

Dock vs Shipside - What's the difference?

dock | shipside |


As a proper noun dock

is (us|rare|dated) (male) or nickname.

As a noun shipside is

the part of a harbour or dock by a ship.

Harbour vs Shipside - What's the difference?

harbour | shipside |


As nouns the difference between harbour and shipside

is that harbour is (obsolete|uncountable) shelter, refuge while shipside is the part of a harbour or dock by a ship.

As a verb harbour

is to provide shelter or refuge for.