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harbour noun

ADJ. deep, deep-water | good, safe, sheltered | natural | busy | picturesque, pretty | fishing

VERB + HARBOUR have The town has a small natural harbour. | come into, go into, enter They entered the harbour with flags flying. | go out of, leave

HARBOUR + NOUN wall

PREP. in (a/the) ~ The fishing fleet is in harbour. the activity in the harbour | into (a/the) ~ The damaged vessel was towed into harbour. | out of a/the ~ We sailed out of the harbour at daybreak.

PHRASES the entrance to/the mouth of a harbour