inboard


1in·board

adverb \ˈin-ˌbrd\

Definition of INBOARD

1
:  inside the line of a ship's bulwarks or hull
2
:  toward the center line of a vehicle or craft (as a ship or aircraft)

First Known Use of INBOARD

1830

2inboard

adjective

: located inside and towards the center of a boat, car, or airplane

Full Definition of INBOARD

1
:  located inboard <an inboard engine> <an inboard spoiler>
2
of a boat :  having an inboard engine

First Known Use of INBOARD

1847

3inboard

noun

Definition of INBOARD

:  a boat with an inboard motor

First Known Use of INBOARD

1939

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