Moor conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: cast anchor, become fastened, in a particular place by casting anchor, fix firmly, cast, secure, fix

Conjugation of eiti

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Present Simple
moor
moor
moors
moor
moor
moor
Future Simple
will moor
will moor
will moor
will moor
will moor
will moor
Past Simple
moored
moored
moored
moored
moored
moored
Conditional Simple
would moor
would moor
would moor
would moor
would moor
would moor
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am mooring
are mooring
is mooring
are mooring
are mooring
are mooring
Future Progressive
will be mooring
will be mooring
will be mooring
will be mooring
will be mooring
will be mooring
Past Progressive
was mooring
were mooring
was mooring
were mooring
were mooring
were mooring
Conditional Progressive
would be mooring
would be mooring
would be mooring
would be mooring
would be mooring
would be mooring
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have moored
have moored
has moored
have moored
have moored
have moored
Future Perfect
will have moored
will have moored
will have moored
will have moored
will have moored
will have moored
Past Perfect
had moored
had moored
had moored
had moored
had moored
had moored
Conditional Perfect
would have moored
would have moored
would have moored
would have moored
would have moored
would have moored
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been mooring
have been mooring
has been mooring
have been mooring
have been mooring
have been mooring
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been mooring
will have been mooring
will have been mooring
will have been mooring
will have been mooring
will have been mooring
Past Perfect Progressive
had been mooring
had been mooring
had been mooring
had been mooring
had been mooring
had been mooring
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been mooring
would have been mooring
would have been mooring
would have been mooring
would have been mooring
would have been mooring

Examples of moor

Example in English
As if that wasn't bad enough, it ate my sock upon the moor"
If you value your life or your reason keep away from the moor. "
There is something about this fellow Stapleton I don't like. However, his charming step-sister has invited us to dine with them at their house, across the moor, near the village"
Therefore, take heed... "and beware the moor in those dark hours when evil is exalted... "else you will surely meet the hound of Hell...
or the lowing of cattle on the moor.
As if that wasn't bad enough, it ate my sock upon the moor"
If you value your life or your reason keep away from the moor. "
There is something about this fellow Stapleton I don't like. However, his charming step-sister has invited us to dine with them at their house, across the moor, near the village"
Therefore, take heed... "and beware the moor in those dark hours when evil is exalted... "else you will surely meet the hound of Hell...
or the lowing of cattle on the moor.
Cry babies of the moors"?
Dear England, "how I love your moors and heaths.
Forgive me, Heathcliff, make... the moors never change and you and I...
Of snow upon the mountains and the moors
You dark-eyed, Spanish moors".
Cry babies of the moors"?
Dear England, "how I love your moors and heaths.
Forgive me, Heathcliff, make... the moors never change and you and I...
Of snow upon the mountains and the moors
You dark-eyed, Spanish moors".
Angelus was moored in the Quay of Bom Sucesso" "where it supposedly underwent a cleaning of the hull" "and received a cargo of pharmaceutical products"
She'd moored us in a creepy cul-de-sac with her art world friends.
'As the boatman Philip Tomes would say in evidence later, he had moored his narrowboat up canal from Oxford when he noticed something in the water.'
I said to Robert we'd get nowhere. - Where are you moored?
A ship is not firmly moored without a big anchor, and a man cannot exist without many other people.
A mooring cleat?
Okay, we're mooring now.
Sorry I couldn't help you with the mooring.
There's a mooring cleat down there
Pintel) Haul loose the mooring line!
Angelus was moored in the Quay of Bom Sucesso" "where it supposedly underwent a cleaning of the hull" "and received a cargo of pharmaceutical products"
She'd moored us in a creepy cul-de-sac with her art world friends.
'As the boatman Philip Tomes would say in evidence later, he had moored his narrowboat up canal from Oxford when he noticed something in the water.'
I said to Robert we'd get nowhere. - Where are you moored?
A ship is not firmly moored without a big anchor, and a man cannot exist without many other people.
A mooring cleat?
Okay, we're mooring now.
Sorry I couldn't help you with the mooring.
There's a mooring cleat down there
Pintel) Haul loose the mooring line!

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