boat (part of speech: noun)
frigate, bark, yacht, cabin cruiser, ferry, destroyer, gunboat, scull, aircraft carrier, rowboat, galley, trawler, scow, merchantman, freighter, lifeboat, gondola, liner, dory, schooner, motorboat, dugout, cutter, hulk, kayak, watercraft, cruiser, tanker, ship, vessel, battleship, ocean liner, houseboat, speedboat, steamboat, paddle boat, tugboat, boat, longboat, barge, raft, bateau, catamaran, sampan, skiff, hydrofoil, cargo boat, pontoon, fishing boat, submarine, icebreaker, canoe, sailboat
- On arriving at the little cove where the young waterman kept his boats, I perceived that the larger one was out, but the dinghy was there at my service. - "The Boy Tar", Mayne Reid.
- Miss Sally did it like a bird, alighting in the inevitable arms of Bernard; Miss Shute followed very badly, but, by innate force of character, successfully; Philippa, who was enjoying every moment of her shipwreck, came last, launching herself into the dinghy with my silver shoe- horn clutched in one hand, and in the other the tea- basket. - "Some Experiences of an Irish R.M.", E. OE. Somerville Martin Ross.
- We slid on; the water swelled under the dinghy, and lifted her keel on to grating gravel. - "Some Experiences of an Irish R.M.", E. OE. Somerville Martin Ross.