- The ship dropped anchor.
- Drop the anchor!
- Every ship needs an anchor.
- The ship cast anchor at Kobe.
- The ship dropped anchor in the harbor.
- The boat is attached to the anchor by a chain.
- His mother's letters were an anchor to the boy.
- The ship is at anchor in the harbor.
- They usually use an anchor to hold a yacht in place.
- Of course Jon Stewart is America's most trusted anchor now—even our real news is a farce!
- A ship's captain must remain observant that a reliable buoy be attached to each anchor by a sturdy rope, so that one could find and raise the anchor if its anchor-cable were to be shorn apart, were to fall into the sea or were to be hewn apart.
- To reach the port of heaven, we must sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it— but we must sail, and not drift, nor lie at anchor.
- Of course Jon Stewart is the most trusted anchor in the United States now—even our real news is a farce!
- Anchor No