• Definition for "flyboat"
    • Any of numerous tiny, swift ships.
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flyboat definition

  • noun:
    • Any of numerous tiny, swift ships.
    • a big Dutch coasting vessel.
    • some sort of passenger motorboat formerly applied to canals.
    • a sizable Dutch coasting vessel.
    • some sort of passenger boat previously utilized on canals.
    • a sizable flat-bottomed Dutch vessel with increased stem, of a form mainly utilized in the coasting-trade, having a burden of from 400 to 600 tons.
    • A light, swift sail-boat.
    • a lengthy, slim, flat-bottomed motorboat used for the transport in canals and rivers of products needing becoming carefully loaded and held dried out. Also called swift-boat.
    • Any of different tiny, quick ships.
    • A large Dutch coasting vessel.
    • A kind of passenger boat previously utilized on canals.
    • some of numerous small, swift boats.
    • a sizable Dutch coasting vessel.
    • some sort of traveler watercraft previously applied to canals.
    • a sizable Dutch coasting vessel.
    • a type of passenger boat formerly used on canals.
    • A large flat-bottomed Dutch vessel with a higher stem, of a form chiefly utilized in the coasting-trade, having an encumbrance of from 400 to 600 tons.
    • some of various little, quick ships.
    • A large Dutch coasting vessel.
    • a type of traveler watercraft formerly used on canals.
    • some of different little, quick boats.
    • a big Dutch coasting vessel.
    • Any of different small, quick boats.
    • a sizable Dutch coasting vessel.
    • some sort of passenger boat previously applied to canals.
    • a sizable Dutch coasting vessel.
    • some sort of traveler vessel formerly utilized on canals.
    • a big flat-bottomed Dutch vessel with a top stem, of a form mainly used in the coasting-trade, having a burden of from 400 to 600 tons.
    • a type of passenger ship previously utilized on canals.
    • a sizable Dutch coasting vessel.
    • a sizable Dutch coasting vessel.
    • A light, quick sail-boat.
    • A kind of passenger watercraft previously used on canals.
    • a type of passenger watercraft previously used on canals.
    • a lengthy, thin, flat-bottomed boat used for the transport in canals and streams of products requiring to-be very carefully packed and held dry. Also known as swift-boat.
    • a big flat-bottomed Dutch vessel with a top stem, of a form mainly used in the coasting-trade, having an encumbrance of from 400 to 600 tons.
    • A large flat-bottomed Dutch vessel with a high stem, of a form mainly used in the coasting-trade, having a burden of from 400 to 600 tons.
    • a sizable Dutch coasting vessel.
    • A light, swift sail-boat.
    • A light, swift sail-boat.
    • a type of passenger boat formerly used on canals.
    • a lengthy, thin, flat-bottomed watercraft used for the transport in canals and rivers of goods needing to-be carefully loaded and held dry. Also referred to as swift-boat.
    • A long, thin, flat-bottomed motorboat useful for the transport in canals and streams of products calling for is carefully loaded and kept dried out. Also referred to as swift-boat.
    • a big flat-bottomed Dutch vessel with increased stem, of a kind chiefly used in the coasting-trade, having an encumbrance of from 400 to 600 tons.
    • A light, swift sail-boat.
    • A light, quick sail-boat.
    • a lengthy, slim, flat-bottomed vessel employed for the transportation in canals and streams of goods calling for is very carefully packed and kept dry. Also called swift-boat.
    • any one of different tiny, quick boats.
    • a big Dutch coasting vessel.
    • some sort of passenger vessel previously utilized on canals.
    • a big Dutch coasting vessel.
    • some sort of traveler watercraft formerly used on canals.
    • A large flat-bottomed Dutch vessel with a high stem, of a kind chiefly employed in the coasting-trade, having a burden of from 400 to 600 tons.
    • A light, swift sail-boat.
    • a lengthy, slim, flat-bottomed boat used for the transportation in canals and rivers of products needing becoming very carefully loaded and kept dry. Also known as swift-boat.
    • a lengthy, narrow, flat-bottomed ship used for the transportation in canals and streams of goods needing is carefully loaded and kept dry. Also referred to as swift-boat.
    • Any of various tiny, quick ships.
    • Any of various small, quick ships.
    • some of various tiny, swift ships.
    • a sizable Dutch coasting vessel.
    • some of numerous little, quick ships.
    • a big Dutch coasting vessel.
    • a sizable Dutch coasting vessel.
    • A large Dutch coasting vessel.
    • some sort of passenger watercraft formerly utilized on canals.
    • a type of passenger boat formerly used on canals.
    • A kind of traveler boat previously utilized on canals.
    • Any of various small, quick ships.
    • a sizable Dutch coasting vessel.
    • a sizable Dutch coasting vessel.
    • A large Dutch coasting vessel.
    • some sort of traveler watercraft previously applied to canals.
    • A large Dutch coasting vessel.
    • a type of passenger watercraft previously utilized on canals.
    • A kind of passenger motorboat formerly applied to canals.
    • A kind of passenger ship formerly applied to canals.
    • a sizable Dutch coasting vessel.
    • some sort of passenger motorboat previously used on canals.
    • a big flat-bottomed Dutch vessel with a top stem, of a sort mainly utilized in the coasting-trade, having an encumbrance of from 400 to 600 tons.
    • a big flat-bottomed Dutch vessel with increased stem, of a form chiefly employed in the coasting-trade, having a weight of from 400 to 600 tons.
    • a sizable flat-bottomed Dutch vessel with a top stem, of a form mainly employed in the coasting-trade, having a weight of from 400 to 600 tons.
    • a big Dutch coasting vessel.
    • A light, quick sail-boat.
    • A light, swift sail-boat.
    • A kind of traveler ship previously applied to canals.
    • A light, swift sail-boat.
    • an extended, slim, flat-bottomed watercraft used for the transportation in canals and streams of products requiring is carefully loaded and kept dry. Also referred to as swift-boat.
    • a lengthy, slim, flat-bottomed vessel utilized for the transportation in canals and rivers of products requiring is carefully loaded and kept dry. Also referred to as swift-boat.
    • an extended, thin, flat-bottomed ship employed for the transportation in canals and rivers of products needing to-be carefully loaded and kept dry. Also known as swift-boat.
    • a type of passenger vessel previously utilized on canals.
    • a sizable flat-bottomed Dutch vessel with a higher stem, of a kind chiefly employed in the coasting-trade, having a weight of from 400 to 600 tons.
    • A light, swift sail-boat.
    • an extended, thin, flat-bottomed watercraft utilized for the transportation in canals and rivers of goods calling for to be carefully loaded and held dry. Also called swift-boat.
    • a sizable flat-bottomed Dutch vessel with a high stem, of a kind chiefly utilized in the coasting-trade, having a burden of from 400 to 600 tons.
    • A light, swift sail-boat.
    • an extended, narrow, flat-bottomed vessel used for the transportation in canals and rivers of products requiring become carefully packed and held dried out. Also known as swift-boat.
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