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  • noun Alternative spelling of cruise liner.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The Mexican tourist authorities are going to try to destroy this wilderness area and turn it into this Southern Riviera Maya thing with that fancy new airport they´ve been touting and that Majuahal cruiseliner port.

    Magical Road Less Traveled

  • The Mexican tourist authorities are going to try to destroy this wilderness area and turn it into this Southern Riviera Maya thing with that fancy new airport they´ve been touting and that Majuahal cruiseliner port.

    Magical Road Less Traveled

  • The Mexican tourist authorities are going to try to destroy this wilderness area and turn it into this Southern Riviera Maya thing with that fancy new airport they´ve been touting and that Majuahal cruiseliner port.

    Magical Road Less Traveled

  • And Goldman also lowered its EPS estimates on shares of Royal Caribbean through 2012 and margins could be affected at the cruiseliner.

    EBay's Overseas Crawl Drives Downgrade

  • The faces on the screen blur and stray, and the city lights out the balcony windows look to Luvo like the portholes of a distant cruiseliner, golden and warm and far away.

    Memory Wall

  • The faces on the screen blur and stray, and the city lights out the balcony windows look to Luvo like the portholes of a distant cruiseliner, golden and warm and far away.

    Memory Wall

  • The largest unit of the cruiseliner known as The World is on the market for $17.5 million.

    A Piece of the World for Sale

  • The largest apartment on the 165-unit cruiseliner known as The World, which calls itself the only private residential community on a seafaring ship, is for sale for $17.5 million.

    A Place on The World -- For $17.5 Million

  • IMO though calling this topic “my billion dollar idea that will redefine ecommerce” is tantamount to calling a rowboat a cruiseliner, no offense.

    My billion dollar idea that will redefine ecommerce. « The Paradigm Shift

  • The world's biggest cruiseliner, called the Freedom of the Seas, left port in Southhampton, England, just about two hours ago.

    CNN Transcript May 3, 2006

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