Mooring meaning

mo͝orĭng
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Equipment, such as anchors or chains, for holding fast a vessel or aircraft.
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A place or structure to which a vessel or aircraft can be moored.
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Beliefs or familiar ways of thinking that provide psychological stability or security.

Politicians who lost their moorings during the war.

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The act of a person or thing that moors.
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The act or an instance of making fast an aircraft or a vessel, as by a cable or anchor.
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The lines, cables, etc. by which a ship, etc. is moored.
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A place where a ship, etc. is or can be moored.
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Present participle of moor.
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A place to moor a vessel.
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Beliefs, habits, ties, etc. that make one feel secure.
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The act of securing a vessel with a cable or anchor etc.
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(figuratively) Something to which one adheres to, or the means that help one maintain a stable position and keep one's identity - moral, intellectual, political, etc.
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