- a thick, low post, usually of iron or steel, mounted on a wharf or the like, to which mooring lines from vessels are attached.
- a small post to which lines are attached.
- bitt (def. 1).
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How to use bollard in a sentence
Thus has been America’s scanned and secured age, two decades in which forests of steel bollards sprouted around every possible target and we removed our shoes, belts and dignity in a frenzy as we tried to protect our nation from outside terrorists.All this security in D.C. to thwart terrorism, yet the threat came from within|Petula Dvorak|January 11, 2021|Washington Post
Carey veered past a bollard, finally crashing into a barricade not far from a guard booth.What Pushed Miriam Carey to a Capitol Hill Tragedy?|Michael Daly|October 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Pike was ready in the bow, with an arm tightly embracing the bollard, or strong post, round which the cable runs.The Floating Light of the Goodwin Sands|R.M. Ballantyne
He was propped against a bollard and he was in his shore-going clothes.
They went to another bollard and there, the mariner anchoring himself, she began to talk.
And then a man would look to the after line from the ship to the bollard on the wharf, and leaped on the after deck close to me.A King's Comrade|Charles Whistler
Not knowing the harbour, we had tied up to the first bollard, and gone incontinently to sleep.A Labrador Doctor|Wilfred Thomason Grenfell