Definition of dockominium in English:

dockominium

Syllabification: dock·o·min·i·um
Pronunciation: /ˌdäkəˈminēəm
 
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noun (plural dockominiums)

US
1A waterfront condominium with a private mooring.
More example sentences
  • He said dockominiums may be fine for experienced boaters with a lot of money, but not for novices, and certainly not for anyone without a lot of money.
  • And that's going to be conversion to dockominiums or upland condos, where you have to buy a half-million or million-dollar condo plus a slip just to be able to get the slip.
  • She specializes in marketing upscale waterfront homes and dockominiums with a proven track record of success.
1.1A privately owned dock at a marina.
More example sentences
  • At any moment there are 17 million privately owned boats afloat in marinas and dockominiums, stowed in garages or out on a voyage.

Origin

1980s: from dock1, on the pattern of condominium.

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