the mast or tower to which a dirigible is moored.
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Origin of mooring mast
First recorded in 1915–20
Also called mooring tower.
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British Dictionary definitions for mooring mast
a mast or tower to which a balloon or airship may be mooredAlso called: mooring tower
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