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Synonyms for anchor

Synonyms for anchor

to make secure

Synonyms for anchor

a central cohesive source of support and stability

a television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute

fix firmly and stably


Related Words

secure a vessel with an anchor

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For anchoring in 25 feet of water or less, a 3- to 6-foot chain is ideal.
If I err, I err on the side of believing this is a serious business,'' Williams explained of his anchoring philosophy in a recent interview.
The Live Desk with Martha MacCallum premieres Monday, September 25th from 1-2PM EST will feature MacCallum anchoring from inside the FNC control room -- bringing viewers closer to the day's breaking news from around the world.
After a long and rewarding career anchoring, I've decided to take a break from its daily rigors and devote more time to my children, family and other pursuits,'' Little said in a statement.
Major retailers anchoring this 510,000 square foot new format retail centre include Real Canadian Superstore (158,000 square feet, retailer owned), Home Depot (98,000 square feet, land lease) and approximately 254,000 square feet of ancillary retail space.