Quay (noun)

  1. A solid, raised structure beside a body of water, used for loading and unloading ships.
  2. A wharf or landing place.


Middle english: from old northern french keye, of scandinavian origin.


  1. The ships were moored at the quay, waiting to be loaded with cargo.
  2. The quay was a busy place, with people coming and going, loading and unloading goods.
  3. The quay was lined with seafood restaurants, where visitors could enjoy fresh seafood.
  4. The quay offered a stunning view of the harbor, with boats and ships passing by.
  5. The quay was a popular place for tourists, who came to watch the boats and ships or to take a stroll along the water's edge.
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