- n a mechanical device that prevents a vessel from moving
- n a central cohesive source of support and stability
faith is his anchor
- n a television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute
- v fix firmly and stably
anchor the lamppost in concrete
- v secure a vessel with an anchor
We anchored at Baltimore
- A hard news anchor for a new era .
- So she worked her way up from radio disc jockey and newsreader to TV reporter and local anchor in Houston and Philadelphia; she put in 16-hour days to eliminate any chance that .
- Ever since Pan American Airways established tiny Wake Island as the third stop to from China, the airport's chief ornamental feature has been an old anchor.
- Barack Obama in ABC News
Walter was always more than just an anchor,President Obama said Friday in a prepared statement. "He was someone we could trust to guide us through the most important issues of the day; a voice of certainty in an uncertain world. He was...
- President Bush in International Herald Tribune
I was watching Michael Phelps after the anchor leg touched,Bush said. "The whole thing is genuine. That's the good thing about the Olympics."
- Bill Self in FOXSports.com
I do think we return the best guard in the country and the best big man in the country,said head coach Bill Self. "I think if you're going to start a team, why not have an anchor and why not have a guard? They have a chance to do what they...