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noun as in racing boat

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He raced speedboats on the Mississippi, rode bulls in rodeos and skydived more than 500 times.

Sadeghi allegedly produced research on procuring speedboats similar to those used in the military that could evacuate the intended victim from New York City and then transport her to Venezuela, which has friendly relations with Iran.

Once on board the HMS Tamar, the pilot dropped a rope ladder for the other people on the speedboat to board the ship.

Off the coast of southern Thailand, a herd of 30 dugongs returned to graze on seagrass in shallow waters normally buzzing with speedboats.

Speedboat and Pitch Dark have recently been reissued in handsome editions by the New York Review of Books.

Brosnan is effortlessly dashing as he pilots a speedboat in a high-speed chase on the Thames River in London.

A successful challenger is a speedboat, nimble and opportunistic.

The speedboat has not been identified, something the British defense ministry stressed when asked about the encounter.

India, as the residents of Mumbai know all too well, is only an hour or two away by speedboat.

Spidbut nga nagsagitsit sa túbig, Speedboat rushing over the water.

Midge asked a club member, who loitered nearby, if the speedboat belonged to Mr. Manheim.

And folks say that when his employer is out of town, he rides around in that speedboat like a king.

Dismissing the matter, the island owner filled his speedboat to capacity and pulled away.

After awhile, the boy became aware of the approach of a high-powered speedboat.


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On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to speedboat, such as: cigarette boat, hydrofoil, and hydroplane.

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