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Definitions of PORT
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n. [Latin, Anglo-Saxon] A harbour ; a haven ; any inlet or recess from the sea where ships may ride secure from storms. A passageway ; a gate ; a door ;-an opening in the side of a ship through which cannon may be discharged ; also, the lid which closes such an opening;-a passage leading to a steam-way. Carriage; air; mien; external appearance; demeanour. [From Oporto, in Portugal.] A dark-purple astringent wine ;---the larboard or left side of a ship.
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