motorboat motorboat  /ˈmoʊ tər ˌboʊt/


  1. (n) a boat propelled by an internal-combustion engine
  2. (v) ride in a motorboat


  1. Last night she finished a late perfomrance in the city of Melak, took a three-hour motorboat trip, a 1 12-hour flight and then an hour-long drive to make it to Pelaihari.
  2. A racing motorboat skimmed into the harbor of Nice.
  3. The story goes that Orlov had chosen the site by simply pointing to a place on the shoreline while cruising in a motorboat with cronies.


  • Boating safety

    It's kind of surprising. When driving a motorboat, not every state requires a boater's license or even the completion of a boat safety course.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: YNN Rochester

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  1. Oshima concluded there was, "in the sound of the girl's skirt being ripped and the hum of the motorboat slashing through the older brother, the tide of a new age . . . a powerful irresistible force had arrived in Japanese cinema."
    on Aug 14, 2009 By: Nagisa Oshima Source:

  2. "It was sort of like we were thrown a life ring," said Kyle Chandler, who plays football coach Eric Taylor. "This life ring just pulled us onto this really sleek motorboat, and I think we're really about to take off. This is absolutely the...
    on Sep 30, 2008 By: Kyle Chandler Source: Boston Herald

  3. "In its view, the trial judge paid insufficient attention to the absence of any strong connection between the sexual abuse and Saxey's job on the fringes of school life as a baker, part-time motorboat operator and odd-job man," Justice Ian...
    on Oct 28, 2005 By: Ian Binnie Source:

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