battleship[ bat-l-ship ]SEE DEFINITION OF battleship
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BATTLESHIP
It was the solemn note of a battleship destroyed by its own magazines.
It was so huge and vast that even the crew of the battleship burst into a cheer.
A battleship should be at least twice as long as a torpedo-boat destroyer.
A view of the battleship as it will look in the water is shown in Fig. 31.
France had accepted the verdict; but now a second battleship was gone.
You are thinking, 'Here is the miscreant, the scoundrel, who destroyed our battleship!'
A battleship was just leaving the Lower Bay, smoke pouring from every funnel.
The launch reached the battleship, was hoisted and stowed on board.
I am attached to the battleship 'Hudson,' now lying in this harbor.
This planet seems to have no possible motive or use for a battleship.