moor

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Pronunciation[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
moor

Third-person singular
moors

Past tense
moored

Past participle
moored

Present participle
mooring

  1. To moor a ship or boat is to tie it to a dock, jetty, or hold it in place with an anchor.
    The big ship was moored at the long jetty.

Noun[change]

Singular
moor

Plural
moors

A wind farm on a moor
  1. A moor is open ground, often with peat soils, swampy, covered in grass or low shrubs.
    The search for the missing boy led them right across the moors.