Boat synonyms

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(Anatomy) A duct, canal, or other tube that contains or conveys a body fluid:
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Such a ship used for storage in a port or, earlier, as a prison
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The huge boat in which Noah, his family, and two of every kind of creature survived the Flood: Gen. 6
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A vessel used for trawling.
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(Nautical) The boat of the largest size and/or of most importance belonging to a ship of war, and often called the "captain's boat" or "captain's launch".
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A boat designed to be rowed by three persons.
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A continuous line of buildings along a street.
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A boat carried, esp. formerly, aboard large ships to transport personnel or supplies
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(Informal, by extension) Any job; especially one that is temporary; or alternately, one that is very desirable.
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(Archaic) A sturdy merchant sailing vessel (now only in "catboat").
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(Obsolete) A corruption of the word God, used in oaths.
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A ship used to transport people, smaller vehicles and goods from one port to another, usually on a regular schedule.
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A warship, usually of 4,000 to 9,000 displacement tons, that is smaller than a destroyer and used primarily for escort duty.
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Junk is defined as garbage, trash or worthless items, talk or ideas, or to bonds that are unlikely to be paid back to the investor, or is slang for a narcotic drug.
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Any similarly designed canoe for one or two paddlers, made of canvas, plastic, fiberglass, etc.
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Any of various types of boats small enough for sailing or rowing by one person.
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A boat that can go underwater.
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A tank truck (US) or fuel tanker, petrol tanker, road tanker (UK)
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Woolen cloth with a woven pattern of straight lines of different colors and widths crossing at right angles, esp. as traditionally worn in the Scottish Highlands, with each clan having its own pattern
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A powerful, shallow-draft boat with a broad bow, intended to push barges on rivers and canals.
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A small, three-masted ship having an overhanging bow and stern and using both square and lateen sails: once common in the Mediterranean
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A small boat that can be sailed, rowed, poled or sculled, predominantly associated with Barnegat Bay in New Jersey.
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(Uncountable) The power harnessed by a sail or sails, or the use this power for travel or transport.
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Any of various small boats used in China and Japan, usually propelled with a scull from the stern, and often having a sail and a small cabin formed of mats
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The act or an instance of towing:
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A flatbottom riverboat.
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Plural form of hovercraft
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A heavy barge
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A small, light motorboat with a flat bottom rising in steps to the stern so that it can skim along the water's surface at high speeds
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A source of vitality; an animating force:
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One of the small boats carried by a ship for use if the ship must be abandoned
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A large, open barge used chiefly to load or unload ships anchored in a harbor
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A steamship, passenger airplane, etc. in regular service for a specific line
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(Nautical) Among the boats carried by a ship the largest, thus the most capable of boats carried on a ship.
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An Indian falcon (Falco jugger), similar to the European lanner and the American prairie falcon.
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In the Bible, the Hebrew prophet and lawgiver who led the Israelites out of Egypt.
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The definition of a motor is anything that makes something move.
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An outboard motor.
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(Dated) A perfect example; excellence, perfection; the embodiment of some quality. [from 16th c.]
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(Nautical) A light boat, traditionally propelled by sails, but may also be a rowboat. Pinnaces are usually messenger boats, carrying messages among the larger ships of a fleet.
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A small flat-bottom boat of shallow draft. Specifically, a flat-bottom boat made of one four-feet by eight-feet piece of plywood, the bottom being a two-feet eight-inches wide eight-feet long pointed-ends lengthwise-centered oval cut from the piece, and the boat's sides being comprised of the two remaining pieces attached lengthwise to the outside edges of the oval.
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A floating structure, such as a flatbottom boat, used to support a bridge.
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Alternative form of pram. (flat-bottomed boat)
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A swift Malayan sailboat with a triangular sail and single outrigger.
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A flatbottom inflatable craft for floating or drifting on water:
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A ship's small boat, crewed by rowers.
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A small boat carried on a ship
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Any of various marine fishes of the order Zeiformes, having a spiny dorsal fin and a laterally compressed oval body, especially the John Dory.
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(Nautical) A type of lightweight sail used in light winds like a spinnaker.
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A small craft for transporting goods to or from shore.
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A sunken shelter at the side of a baseball or football (soccer) field where non-playing team members and staff sit during a game.
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A traditional wooden shallow draught sailing boat used in the Mediterranean and along the Nile in Egypt, its rig consisting of one or two lateen sails.
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Alternative form of ferryboat.
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(UK) A light, open boat used on the Thames by customhouse officers, press gangs, and also for pleasure.
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(Nautical) A type of boat which was originally flat-bottomed, reminiscent of a sled, and historically sailed around New Jersey
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Any of the winglike structures attached to the hull of some watercraft: at certain speeds the hull lifts clear of the water and the craft skims along on the hydrofoils
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An engine located within the hull of a ship
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(Nautical) The watertight outer covering of the hull of a vessel, often made with planking or metal plating.
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(Military) A sailing warship, smaller than a frigate, with its guns all on one deck.
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A small sailing vessel, commonly rigged as a sloop, used chiefly in the coasting and fishing trade and often called a fishing smack.
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Water in its gaseous state, especially at a temperature above the boiling point of water (above 100°C, or 212°F, at sea level).
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A horse-drawn canal boat or riverboat, used to carry goods or passengers in the Netherlands.
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A large motorboat used for public transportation on the canals of Venice
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One of a series of teeth, as on the rim of a wheel or gear, whose engagement transmits successive motive force to a corresponding wheel or gear.
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A flat-bottomed boat with broad, square ends, usually pushed along by a long pole
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(US) A large goblet or drinking glass, used for lager or ale .
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A child's vehicle consisting of a long footboard between two small end wheels, controlled by an upright steering handle attached to the front wheel.
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A large, flat-bottomed boat with square ends, used for carrying coal, sand, etc. and often towed by a tug
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Either of a pair of light oars used, one on each side of a boat (now esp. a racing scull), by a single rower
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A large heavy boat, usually having two masts and carrying fore-and-aft or lugsails.
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(Scotland, dated) troll
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Any large flow of a liquid in a single body.
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(Sports) A rowing machine.
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(Law, Scotland) A contract by which the use of a thing is set, or let, for hire; a lease.
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(Nautical) A smaller boat used for transportation between a large ship and the shore.
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A vehicle, such as an aircraft, used to transport passengers, mail, or freight.
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A type of boat with three parallel hulls.
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A coal car used in a mine.
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An act or instance of tugging; hard pull
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A large open boat used by Yupik and Inuit people, made of skins stretched on a wooden frame, usually propelled by paddles.
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(Archaic) A catboat.
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(Obs.) A mounted sentinel posted in advance of the outposts of an army
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(US, Maine, lumber trade) A boat for conveying provisions, tools, asf.
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A sailing boat with a gaff rig, traditionally used to haul cargo in East Anglia.
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A long, low sort of pitcher, used to serve gravy, sauce, etc.
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a dish (often boat-shaped) for serving gravy or sauce
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A low, boat-shaped pitcher typically having a wide lip at one end and a handle at the other and used for serving sauces and gravies.
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Alternative form of almadie.
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A barge designed and equipped for use as a dwelling.
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A light, sturdy boat used in heavy surf
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A small, powerful boat (a "tugship" in other languages) used to push or pull barges or to help maneuver larger vessels.
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A long narrow rowing boat, formerly used in whaling, which is pointed at both ends so that it can move either forwards or backwards equally well.
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A sailing vessel with its two forward masts square-rigged and its rear mast rigged fore and aft
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(Slang) A playing card with the rank of four.
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A steamship, especially one used on rivers and other inland waterways.
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An article or articles made by a process using manual skills
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Any self-propelled motorized vessel that moves on or through the water.
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The deepest or lowest part:
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A water-borne vessel generally larger than a boat.
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Marine is defined as something related to water or the sea.
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Having a navy:
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Shaped like a boat; scaphoid.
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Sufficiently deep or wide to provide passage for vessels:
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(Place, proper, former) A large S constellation between Canis Major and Crux; the Ship: now subdivided into the constellations Carina, Puppis, Pyxis, and Vela
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A large ship, esp. a merchant ship
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A small, flat-bottomed type of boat.
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(Scotland) bridge
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A supposed mythical monster, half ox, half man.
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The small scrum in the Eton College field game.
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A small boat used in a port or anchorage to peddle goods to ships' crews
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A light rowboat used on the Bosporus
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Any of several types of small, light sailing ships, especially one with two to four masts and lateen sails used by the Spanish and Portuguese in the 1400s and 1500s.
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A broad-beamed sailboat carrying a single sail on a mast stepped well forward and often fitted with a centerboard.
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(Scots) A kind of flatbottom rowboat.
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The shell of a cockle (similar shell).
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A small fishing boat.
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(Nautical) A small, circular or oblong boat made of wickerwork and made watertight with hides or pitch, propelled and steered with a single paddle and light enough to be carried on a man's back.
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The act or an instance of cruising, especially a sea voyage for pleasure.
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One that cruises, as a powerboat, airplane, or squad car
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(Nautical) An Irish boat, constructed like a coracle, and originally the same shape; now a boat of similar construction but conventional shape and large enough to be operated by up to eight oars.
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(Nautical) A coasting vessel of Arabia, East Africa, and the Indian Ocean. It has generally but one mast and a lateen sail.
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