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adjective as in traveling

noun as in boating

noun as in flirtation

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Example Sentences

Lorna planted several pin flags, then we continued cruising.

Cruising the Caribbean, enjoying beaches... Enduring Persecution as an American Christian sounds horrible.

A third aircraft close by at the time under Ukrainian control, an Airbus A330, was cruising west at 40,000 feet.

In Kansas, Sam Brownback should be cruising to an easy reelection in one of the reddest states in the nation.

The Kansas Governor should be cruising to re-election and fending off 2016 rumors.

Rounding a corner, Black Hood sighted a taxi cab cruising along.

They had not enjoyed the work of the past few days, cruising about off Valmosa and Monterey.

They had been cruising all evening among these islands, for it was a part of the coast with which Harvey was very familiar.

Again, during the recent racing season, the pilot-boat (about sixty tons) started from Kingstown Harbour for her cruising ground.

The races at these regattas have been mostly handicaps, and two or three are always open to yachts in cruising trim.


On this page you'll find 150 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cruising, such as: maritime, navigational, seafaring, marine, abyssal, and aquatic.

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