Jetty (noun)

  1. A structure built out from the shore into the sea, river, or lake for protection or for landing and loading goods.
  2. A pier or wharf used for loading and unloading vessels.

Origin:

Derived from the french word 'jetee' meaning a pier or a breakwater.

Examples:

  1. The tourists gathered on the jetty, to watch the sunset and the boats passing by.
  2. The fishermen brought their catch to the jetty, to sell it to the local markets.
  3. The ships docked at the jetty, to take on supplies and passengers.
  4. The children played on the jetty, jumping from one wooden plank to another.
  5. The boats moored at the jetty, waiting for the next high tide to sail away.
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