from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A fast motorboat.
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- n. A fast boat, usually small (for 1-8 people)
- n. A boat designed and built for racing
- n. A boat used for waterskiing
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a fast motorboat
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A speedboat is the only way, leaving in the morning between the tides.
Colbert Report in: 60 Seconds widget on your blog, Facebook, MySpace or speedboat (widget incompatible with speedboats that aren't actually websites you only refer to as a speedboat).
Yanub: Well, there is an alternate speedboat which is faster, so that may be an option.
CompuServe TEG-2471 discover that you're sitting in a speedboat which is currently heading toward some mighty rough looking rocks!
But no, we knew a 'speedboat' (all relative in this place ... 'speedboat' means it has a motor, and likely over 30 horsepower) was supposed to be waiting for us, and we didn't have time for anything less.
It was notable, in the light of this, that Hare's feature-length spy story didn't squander its budget on exploding helicopters or speedboat chases past the Houses of Parliament.
Loved when the Kaboom guy, on his speedboat, explained his pranks at the end.
The Navy chief was not too far, on board a speedboat belonging to Flotilla 13, along with forces who attempted to climb into the back of theship.
Sea Shepherd lost a speedboat last January in a collision with a Japanese vessel it was pursuing.
Most tourists come to those islands direct from the airport by speedboat or seaplane.