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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ Because the pier has 22-foot ceilings, only sailboats with removable masts could be stored there.
▪ Everything you do on a sailboat is done slowly and thoughtfully.
▪ From every window there was a view: the bay, sailboats.
▪ His longtime sailboat, named Apogee in honor of his lunar Apollo flight, is for sale.
▪ It shows a sunny day, sailboats and people enjoying the recreational benefits.
▪ Now we were zooming over a bridge; sailboats were on the Sound.
▪ She tacked up the fell like a sailboat before the wind.
The Collaborative International Dictionary

Sailboat \Sail"boat`\, n. A boat propelled by a sail or sails.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

also sail-boat, 1769, from sail (n.) + boat (n.).


n. 1 A boat propelled by a sail. 2 (context slang card games English) A playing card with the rank of four.


n. a small sailing vessel; usually with a single mast [syn: sailing boat]


A sailboat or sailing boat is a boat propelled partly or entirely by sails smaller than a sailing ship. Distinctions in what constitutes a sailing boat and ship vary by region and maritime culture.

Sailboat (album)

Sailboat is the fifth studio album (sixth overall) released by the singer/ songwriter Jonathan Edwards.

Usage examples of "sailboat".

American Journal of Ohstetrics and Gynecology, and next to that stood a framed photo taken by Harvey of Rae walking Leopold past the sailboats of the Emeryville Marina.

Gulfstream36 sailboat, moving along at four or five knots with the autosteering set.

The real money was in private sailboat charters for small groups of wealthy people who wanted to work, not be pampered.

The steamboats skimming along under the stupendous precipices were diminished by distance to the daintiest little toys, the sailboats and rowboats to shallops proper for fairies that keep house in the cups of lilies and ride to court on the backs of bumblebees.

She stripped off her clothes and spied the sailboats looking for their berths in the Emeryville Marina.

She sat there with Bernie until she saw the sailboats returning to their berths as dusk prepared to descend upon the bay.

As Rae strolled along the concrete path, the bay lapped against the rocks and the private sailboats rocked to and fro in their berths.

THE BOAT WAS A sixty-three-foot catamaran made by a builder of fine sailboats in Fort Lauderdale.

Though it depicted the classic nautical theme of sailboats tacking east and west, the hulls of the sailboats were a royal blue and the boats glided on ruby water.

Women with sunburned children, terry-cloth beach robes, bright-colored balls and sailboats alit from the streetcars bearing their freshly bathed multitudes from the beaches of Glettkau and Heubude.

He waved, though he was sure she couldn't see him, not through the maze of sailboats that clogged the harbor, all bedecked with multicolored flags and pennants and burgees in honor of the Blessing of the Fleet.

There was sailboats and there was rafts, there was Battoes oar'd by match'd twenty-six-man African slave crews, there was even Sailing Ships out there upon broad Susquehanna that night in the dark of the Moon, thirty years ago now, but I'm no closer to forgetting it.

The sun was up, and it occurred to Shandy that he'd have to hurry if he was going to get Beth and himself bandaged, set up and ignite a pyre for Blackbeard, and then somehow with his ruined hands work this sailboat out to where the Carmichael waited, before Skank catted the anchor and sailed away.

I left a beacon at the bottom of the chairlift After I arrived at Beta and saw that you had removed the sailboat and its parts, I sent the rover back on automatic.

All manner of contemporary river craft plied the languorous yet muscular stream: sailboats whose ultralight fabrics responded automatically to shifts in wind speed and direction,hovercraft built up out of ultralight composites, MAG barges which utilized the minute differences in electric charge between air and water to lumber along several centimeters above the surface of the water, big powerboats, tiny super fast pleasure craft, and land-based skimmers.