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Things harbour often describes (“harbour ________”)
master, works, mouth, bar, dues, town, masters, side, bay, lights, tunnel, mcmenamin, defence, defences, towns, road, city, board, sides, piers, making, basin, front, office, wall, water, bars, entrance, mouths, craft, ice, services, ferry, quarter, island, hulk, tug, routes, pier, tide, department, river, stream, head, engineering, pile, grace, vessels, duties, buoy, god, admiral, scene, tolls, bed, bacteria, building, digging, tunnels, watch, improvements, moles, boat, scenes, fortress, construction, police, improvement, trypanosomes, schemes, lock, doctor, resentment, link, sanctuary, boats, walls, hill, quay, mole, gate, principalities, guard, gateway, engineer

Descriptive words:
good, natural, inner, safe, little, small, fine, excellent, great, outer, old, magnificent, best, beautiful, only, artificial, sheltered, deep, splendid, spacious, main, commodious, finest, convenient, ancient, locked, secure, tiny, naval, busy, landlocked, principal, commercial, noble, quiet, snug, tidal, nearest, better, capacious, narrow, largest, suitable, picturesque, shallow, famous, eastern, protected, lovely, chief, northern, vast, extensive, neutral, neighbouring, friendly, wonderful, roman, superb, admirable, crowded, nearby, calm, distant, fair, peaceful, circular, quarantine, tolerable

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Book See harbour used in context: 19 rhymes, 18 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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