Moor

All Noun Verb
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  • De Moor is a private person and little is known about his personal life and career.
  • During a battle with the Moors, he lost the sight in his right eye.
  • Moors in the west coast trace their family lines through their father.
  • It is also the largest settlement located on the high moor.
  • From the time of the Moors they had had their own administration.
  • The ancient settlement was further up the hills on the edge of the Moor.
  • Moor Street was originally provided with a large goods station situated immediately south of the passenger station.
  • There is also the Moor which is used amongst other things for sport.
  • Before his death, he had driven all Moors from the country.
  • They understood that they could gain a great deal by remaining in close contact with the Moors.
  • He kept her moored close to his palace, showing her to other royals.
  • As a result, all boats now moor off directly to the wreck again.
  • Sister ships in the River Link fleet can be seen moored to the right.
  • Each team was permitted only two training walks on the north moor.
  • Some of the buildings may have existed before the arrival of the Moors.
  • At night the bridge was closed and moored beside the bank.
  • At the end, the moors gave up because they were running out of food, water, and basic supplies.
  • The House System plays a large part in the award system of Court Moor school.
  • These early farmers were the first to destroy the forest cover of the moors.
  • Generally, floating structures shall be moored at the same site for a long time.
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Meaning of Moor

  • noun One of the muslim people of north africa; of mixed arab and berber descent; converted to islam in the 8th century; conqueror of spain in the 8th century
  • noun Open land usually with peaty soil covered with heather and bracken and moss
  • verb Secure in or as if in a berth or dock
    tie up the boat
  • verb Come into or dock at a wharf
    the big ship wharfed in the evening
  • verb Secure with cables or ropes
    moor the boat