Examples of speedboat in a Sentence
speedboats leaving wakes that cause damage to docked vessels and the shoreline
Recent Examples of speedboat from the Web
Hurwitz hired his own private speedboat for about $40 from a dock 20 minutes north of the city.
Towering above relatively placid waters along the San Joaquin River, casting a cylindrical shadow on pontoons, jet skis and speedboats stands a 55-step lighthouse.
Cadillac is turning its flagship sedan into a speedboat.
The woman lost sight of the other two and flagged down a speedboat that took her to the marina to call rescuers, the department said.
Fisherman and police officer Bryan Maess was out on his 21-foot boat with friends in the Columbia River near Oregon's Fort Stevens State Park when a fast-moving 31-foot speedboat crashed into his.
Ten years ago: The United States lodged a formal diplomatic protest with Iran over an incident in which Iranian speedboats harassed U.S. warships in the Persian Gulf.
The creeks of the Niger Delta were occupied by rebels with machine-gun equipped speedboats and were dangerous for law enforcement and oil workers alike.
Don't take the Seadog speedboat sightseeing tour from Navy Pier.
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First Known Use of speedboat
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Definition of speedboat for English Language Learners
: a motorboat that can go very fast
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