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
Students, who commute hours on foot, by donkey, and sometimes by speedboat, struggle to make it to the chronically underfunded grade schools.
Witnesses said the crash involved a pontoon and speedboat.
Blood congeals quickly in the tropical heat, so as soon as the syringe filled up, Dove swam back up to hand it off to a colleague in a waiting speedboat, which powered across the bay to a makeshift lab set up on the stern of the Putiraja.
For years, that included taking a Coast Guard speedboat across Guantanamo Bay from the airport to the court on the U.S. base in Cuba.
For years, that has included taking a Coast Guard speedboat across Guantanamo Bay from the airport to the courtroom on the U.S. base in Cuba.
The vibe is very Jimmy Buffett, with a deeply tanned middle-aged posse pulling up in a speedboat and hopping out for a meal, and an actual pod of dolphins cruising by, much to our table’s delight.
A family of four looking to take a Sea Dog speedboat ride?
But military spokesman Rezaul Karim says rescuers have been unable to get heavy machinery to the remote areas to help dig through the debris and have been using speedboats to bypass roads.
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First Known Use of speedboat
SPEEDBOAT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of speedboat for English Language Learners
: a motorboat that can go very fast
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