Anchoring [verb]

Definition of Anchoring:

hold, be held securely

Synonyms of Anchoring:




Tie up











Make port

Opposite/Antonyms of Anchoring:

Sentence/Example of Anchoring:

A really sophisticated VR experience usually needs some kind of computer anchor to deliver truly immersive games and experiences.

Kenya in 2007 had no comparable institutional anchors to help ensure post-election stability.

When the cameras turned off and news anchors left their posts on the Gulf Coast after 2010’s Deepwater Horizon oil spill, residents were left to fend for themselves.

In a recent video interview, he laid out the company’s case for expansion amid the tumult, saying that Lululemon’s stores are small and profitable, while serving as an anchor for the brand’s loyal customers.

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After anchoring the wind was variable and light from the western quarter but during the night there was a heavy swell.

They quickly launched it and rowed to the far side of the lake, anchoring near a stretch of lily pads.

They went to another bollard and there, the mariner anchoring himself, she began to talk.

Mate, on a supply-launch that went in and out to and from the transports, that were continually anchoring in the bay.

The wind favored her again, and she got over the bar and through the breakers, anchoring at nightfall in seven fathoms of water.