portside

[pawrt-sahyd, pohrt-]
adjective, adverb
1.
on a waterfront or near a port.
2.
Nautical. on the port side of a vessel.
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Alvin is equipped with three thick portholes strategically placed for portside, starboard and forward observation.
Immediately, the vessel developed a severe tilt to its portside, and sank within ten minutes.
Looking aft while retrieving longline on portside with captured marlin.
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