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cruiser in Water topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcruisercruis‧er /ˈkruːzə $ -ər/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 PMNa large fast ship used by the navy 🔊 a battle cruiser2 TTWDLOa boat used for pleasure3 American EnglishSCPTTC a police car
Examples from the Corpus
cruisera battle cruiserYou admit that once we repair the battle cruiser nothing will stop Wienis from attacking us.It gave the cabin cruiser set a thrill to see us in action.It's a very good cruiser, too, moving along effortlessly at motorway limit speeds and above. 40.Several other cruisers squatted dourly like giant hibernating tortoises.The huge engine meant Honda faced a problem keeping the bike's seat height low enough to fit the cruiser mould.The cruiser was pulled up below and the cops were questioning an old man with gray hair.battle cruiserTwo weeks ago an Anacreonian merchant ship came across a derelict battle cruiser of the old Imperial navy.You admit that once we repair the battle cruiser nothing will stop Wienis from attacking us.