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Synonyms for wharf

a platform built out from the shore into the water and supported by piles

provide with a wharf

store on a wharf

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discharge at a wharf

come into or dock at a wharf

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moor at a wharf

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"This wharf at Yanbu Commercial Port will be constructed in cooperation with the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities to promote domestic tourism," Al-Tuwaijri said.
A new wharf for services and receiving ships, recreation boats and yachts will be established in Yanbu port at a cost of SR 103.97 million.
"Russell Wharf is one of the country's busiest wharfs, with about 850,000 passengers using it to access ferry services every year, but the facilities have not kept pace as patronage has increased.
M2 PRESSWIRE-September 5, 2019-: Paint job completes Bay of Islands' Russell Wharf upgrade
Willstrop, the inaugural Canary Wharf champion in 2004, lost to Ricketts in the British Open final, but he and Nicol - who recently led England to World Team Championship victory in Pakistan - are out to follow the Ashes success by gaining more glory on the squash court.
England's rising star James Will-strop is seeded three at Canary Wharf, with co-promoter Peter Nicol, pictured right, at four.
Using the very latest all-glass court, with its innovative contra-dot system, the Canary Wharf Classic will give spectators the chance to see the cream of world squash battle it out from all four sides of the court to compete for the coveted crown - currently held by Britain's world No.6 James Willstrop.