paddle-wheeler love

Definitions

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  • noun a steam vessel propelled by paddle wheels

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It used to be the feature of an amusement park, but the park failed and nobody ever removed the paddle-wheeler.

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  • It used to be the feature of an amusement park, but the park failed and nobody ever removed the paddle-wheeler.

    Howard Norman: Howard Norman: How To Write A Love Triangle? Live One

  • It's well known that Disneyland's Mark Twain paddle-wheeler sank on its opening day, but it wasn't until Friday's first-hand report of the sinking of the Mark Twain that the facts were in the public record.

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  • (Earlier prototypes were weirder still: one that resembled a flying paddle-wheeler never managed to leave the ground.)

    Flight Of Fancy

  • Built in the 1830s to slice the length of Indiana diagonally—connecting the Great Lakes steamer port of Michigan City with the Ohio River paddle-wheeler landing at Madison—it ran through Shelbyville two-thirds of the way down.

    Getting Open

  • Built in the 1830s to slice the length of Indiana diagonally—connecting the Great Lakes steamer port of Michigan City with the Ohio River paddle-wheeler landing at Madison—it ran through Shelbyville two-thirds of the way down.

    Getting Open

  • Built in the 1830s to slice the length of Indiana diagonally—connecting the Great Lakes steamer port of Michigan City with the Ohio River paddle-wheeler landing at Madison—it ran through Shelbyville two-thirds of the way down.

    Getting Open

  • Built in the 1830s to slice the length of Indiana diagonally—connecting the Great Lakes steamer port of Michigan City with the Ohio River paddle-wheeler landing at Madison—it ran through Shelbyville two-thirds of the way down.

    Getting Open

  • Built in the 1830s to slice the length of Indiana diagonally—connecting the Great Lakes steamer port of Michigan City with the Ohio River paddle-wheeler landing at Madison—it ran through Shelbyville two-thirds of the way down.

    Getting Open

  • Built in the 1830s to slice the length of Indiana diagonally—connecting the Great Lakes steamer port of Michigan City with the Ohio River paddle-wheeler landing at Madison—it ran through Shelbyville two-thirds of the way down.

    Getting Open

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