Synonyms for Moor:

n.

beach, boating, the America's Cup, canoe, the Admiral's Cup, boater, Ahoy, bail out. assemble, affix, green, fix, paddock, couple, clip, secure, attach, meadow, connect, fasten. move, catch, anchor. islam (noun)
chador, caliph, crescent, burka, burqa, caliphate, Black Muslim, allah, dervish, ayatollah.
moor (noun)
wharf, moorland, berth, tie up.
moorland (noun)
wasteland, upland, field, Downs.
plain (noun)
field, plateau, moorland, heath, tundra, prairie, steppe, meadow, champaign.
prairie (noun)
countryside, flatness, tundra, savanna, heath, champaign, desert, prairie, mesa, pampas, steppe, plateau, plain, veld.
wilderness (noun)
wasteland.

v.

anchor (verb)
fasten, attach.
bind (verb)
connect.
contact (verb)
tie up, wharf, berth.
dock (verb)
anchor.
fasten (verb)
couple, affix.
moor (verb)
berth, fix, tie up, secure, catch.

Other synonyms:

upland, meadow, fasten. affix. fix. connect, attach. anchor. catch. green, field. Other relevant words:
couple, anchor, Downs, fasten, meadow, field, connect, wasteland, catch, moorland, green, wharf, fix, attach, clip, move, secure, berth, tie up, upland, affix.

Usage examples for moor

  1. Look, here, out of my window, you can see the clouds coming up over the moor as you never do downstairs, because the trees in the garden hide all the view." – Dr. Adriaan by Louis Couperus
  2. Straight forward the horse carried me, and the moor grew very rough, and he went stumbling dreadfully, but always recovering himself. – The Seaboard Parish Volume 1 by George MacDonald
  3. But facts are facts, and I have twice heard this crying upon the moor – The Hound of the Baskervilles by A. Conan Doyle