(Anatomy) A duct, canal, or other tube that contains or conveys a body fluid:
Such a ship used for storage in a port or, earlier, as a prison
A vessel used for trawling.
The huge boat in which Noah, his family, and two of every kind of creature survived the Flood: Gen. 6
A continuous line of buildings along a street.
(Archaic) A sturdy merchant sailing vessel (now only in "catboat").
Any similarly designed canoe for one or two paddlers, made of canvas, plastic, fiberglass, etc.
Any of various marine fishes of the order Zeiformes, having a spiny dorsal fin and a laterally compressed oval body, especially the John Dory.
A ship used to transport people, smaller vehicles and goods from one port to another, usually on a regular schedule.
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.
Any of various types of boats small enough for sailing or rowing by one person.
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
A powerful, shallow-draft boat with a broad bow, intended to push barges on rivers and canals.
A large motorboat used for public transportation on the canals of Venice
A small, three-masted ship having an overhanging bow and stern and using both square and lateen sails: once common in the Mediterranean
A flatbottom riverboat.
Plural form of hovercraft
A heavy barge
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
A source of vitality; an animating force:
One of the small boats carried by a ship for use if the ship must be abandoned
A large, open barge used chiefly to load or unload ships anchored in a harbor
A steamship, passenger airplane, etc. in regular service for a specific line
An Indian falcon (Falco jugger), similar to the European lanner and the American prairie falcon.
In the Bible, the Hebrew prophet and lawgiver who led the Israelites out of Egypt.
The definition of a motor is anything that makes something move.
An outboard motor.
(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.
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.
A floating structure, such as a flatbottom boat, used to support a bridge.
A swift Malayan sailboat with a triangular sail and single outrigger.
A flatbottom inflatable craft for floating or drifting on water:
A ship's small boat, crewed by rowers.
A boat designed to be rowed by three persons.
(Obsolete) A corruption of the word God, used in oaths.
A boat carried, esp. formerly, aboard large ships to transport personnel or supplies
A warship, usually of 4,000 to 9,000 displacement tons, that is smaller than a destroyer and used primarily for escort duty.
(Uncountable) The power harnessed by a sail or sails, or the use this power for travel or transport.
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
The act or an instance of towing:
A broad-beamed sailboat carrying a single sail on a mast stepped well forward and often fitted with a centerboard.
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
Water in its gaseous state, especially at a temperature above the boiling point of water (above 100°C, or 212°F, at sea level).
(Sports) A rowing machine.
A vehicle, such as an aircraft, used to transport passengers, mail, or freight.
A coal car used in a mine.
An act or instance of tugging; hard pull
A large open boat used by Yupik and Inuit people, made of skins stretched on a wooden frame, usually propelled by paddles.
(Obs.) A mounted sentinel posted in advance of the outposts of an army
A sailing boat with a gaff rig, traditionally used to haul cargo in East Anglia.
A long, low sort of pitcher, used to serve gravy, sauce, etc.
a dish (often boat-shaped) for serving gravy or sauce
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.
A barge designed and equipped for use as a dwelling.
A light, sturdy boat used in heavy surf
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.
A flat-bottomed boat with broad, square ends, usually pushed along by a long pole
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.
A large, flat-bottomed boat with square ends, used for carrying coal, sand, etc. and often towed by a tug
Either of a pair of light oars used, one on each side of a boat (now esp. a racing scull), by a single rower
A large heavy boat, usually having two masts and carrying fore-and-aft or lugsails.
A sailing vessel with its two forward masts square-rigged and its rear mast rigged fore and aft
(Slang) A playing card with the rank of four.
A steamship, especially one used on rivers and other inland waterways.
An article or articles made by a process using manual skills
The deepest or lowest part:
Marine is defined as something related to water or the sea.
Having a navy:
Shaped like a boat; scaphoid.
(Place, proper, former) A large S constellation between Canis Major and Crux; the Ship: now subdivided into the constellations Carina, Puppis, Pyxis, and Vela
A large ship, esp. a merchant ship
A small boat used in a port or anchorage to peddle goods to ships' crews
A light rowboat used on the Bosporus
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.
(Scots) A kind of flatbottom rowboat.
A small fishing boat.
The act or an instance of cruising, especially a sea voyage for pleasure.
One that cruises, as a powerboat, airplane, or squad car
Sufficiently deep or wide to provide passage for vessels:
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