boat

All Noun
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  • A small boat full of men is moving away from the ship.
  • He also ordered that our boat's crew should be well looked after. Cited from Paddy Finn, by W. H. G. Kingston
  • Although her base had changed, the boat's area of operations had not.
  • Today, the river is not so large and only small boats can enter.
  • Without returning home, he took a boat and observed the fire for over an hour.
  • The captain orders the boat directly south towards the African coast at full speed.
  • Once clear, the other boat's team would continue on its way.
  • Once clear, the other boat's team would continue on its way.
  • All we were to do was to keep the boat's head well to the wind. Cited from Devon Boys, by George Manville Fenn
  • But the boat's crew had little time given them for thinking. Cited from The Adventures of Don Lavington, by George Manville Fenn
  • This service featured what was to become the last boat train in North America.
  • In this sense, the term is applied to small ships, rather than boats.
  • In a few cases they have attacked boats up to in length.
  • The boat's crew were directed to remain on board to put the ship to rights. Cited from James Braithwaite, the Supercargo, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • The boat's progress down the side of the ship was slow and difficult.
  • He remained in command throughout the boat's short career.
  • He remained in command throughout the boat's short career.
  • Note that the true wind is added to the head wind created by the boat's speed.
  • Numerous popular tour bus companies and boat tours run there throughout the year.
  • The first class was for boats, and the second class was for boats.
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Meaning of boat

  • noun A small vessel for travel on water
  • verb Ride in a boat on water