cruise[ krooz ]SEE DEFINITION OF cruise
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRUISE
I believe the whole crew of the Delaware was sorry when the cruise was up.
I volunteered to go one cruise in the Warren, under Mr. Byrne.
I had got to be first-captain of the forecastle, a berth I held to the end of the cruise.
While in the hospital, the frigate made a cruise, leaving me ashore.
I and some other boys are planning to go off on a cruise next summer.
She gave a brief history of the cruise and wreck of the depot-wagon.
I thought sure Kenelm would, but he's gone on a cruise of his own somewheres.
Not that I blame the old man; he and I was too much alike to cruise in company.
We'll cruise in company as long as we can, hey, little girl?
Them that had errands made it a p'int to cruise past that way.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CRUISE
- cover ground
- get through
- go abroad
- go camping
- go into orbit
- go riding
- knock around
- make a journey
- make one's way
- set forth
- set out
- take a boat
- take a plane
- take a train
- take a trip