Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of sailboat.

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Examples

  • But to be able to build massive iron cargo ships and choose to work with wooden sailboats is a policy that obviously stunts growth.

    New Uses for Constellation Systems? - NASA Watch

  • In their headlong effort to keep this channel open to barge shipping, it seems that the Corps and Guard did not bother to test the effect a big patch of electrified water would have on other kinds of craft --- such as sailboats with a fiberglass hulls.

    Henry Henderson: Fish Fence is a Shocking Failure: Is it Time to Zip up the Great Lakes?

  • The show, held on the lawn of Heritage Park, is open to owners and professional and amateur builders of small craft such as sailboats, rowing boats, launches, and other pleasure and working boats.

    Knox

  • At the start of windsurfing (late 60's), sail-boards were essentially the slowest "sailboats" in the water.

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  • At the start of windsurfing (late 60's), sail-boards were essentially the slowest "sailboats" in the water.

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  • The mobile kitchen is being done over in its porky wonder by artist Colin Reedy, whose resume includes both Pigs on Parade, sailboats, and other creative works.

    More street food: A Pigstream!

  • The boats are like regular sailboats, but they have blades on the bottom, like skates.

    There Goes A Light

  • Out on the Gulf Stream, the white sportfishing boat fell away as it crossed the horizon, and two sailboats made their way south against the current.

    Horizon

  • Even during the struggle, when Mama and I were on the beach selling her calligraphy and my lanyards, I would look out at the sailboats and the bigger ships, and I would recall my fantasies.

    Family Storms

  • Gate, darkening the water, cresting tiny wavelets, making the sailboats fly.

    CHAPTER XV

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