hind end, ass, nates, butt, buttocks, undersurface, tail, rump, bottom, arse, steamship, bed, buns, underside, bottom of the inning, merchant ship, bottomland, posterior, tooshie, backside, prat, behind, stern, can, commercial vessel, fundament, hindquarters, derriere, tush, fanny, seat, bum, rear, tail end, rear end, keister
boat (part of speech: noun)
freighter, bark, yacht, cabin cruiser, dugout, destroyer, gondola, scull, aircraft carrier, rowboat, frigate, trawler, scow, longboat, fishing boat, kayak, galley, lifeboat, dinghy, schooner, motorboat, dory, cutter, houseboat, icebreaker, watercraft, cruiser, tanker, ship, vessel, battleship, ocean liner, gunboat, speedboat, steamboat, paddle boat, tugboat, boat, liner, barge, raft, bateau, catamaran, sampan, skiff, hulk, cargo boat, pontoon, ferry, submarine, hydrofoil, canoe, sailboat
- At the distance she was away it was impossible to say whether she was an enemy or friend, whether ship- of- war or merchantman. - "Won from the Waves", W.H.G. Kingston.
- Under these circumstances it was not surprising that no torpedo was fired; it was clearly military wisdom to beat a quick retreat rather than attempt to attack the merchantman. - "The Victory At Sea", William Sowden Sims Burton J. Hendrick.
- Their mode of proceeding was to run alongside any merchantman they fell in with, which they thought would prove a prize worth having. - "Old Jack", W.H.G. Kingston.