Noun(1) an ocean trip taken for pleasure
Verb(1) drive around aimlessly but ostentatiously and at leisure(2) travel at a moderate speed(3) look for a sexual partner in a public place(4) sail or travel about for pleasure, relaxation, or sightseeing
(1) They cruise slowly through the water, cavernous mouths agape, skin covered in a foul-smelling mucous and often trailing long threads of algae from their long pectoral fins.(2) Whether you arrive in a boat, a plane, or a cruise ship, you owe it to yourself to take a tour.(3) Nowadays many boats and cruise ships are deterred by the lack of an adequate harbour.(4) Most of the time crocodilians cruise slowly through the water, holding their legs against their body to reduce drag.(5) Time was when Caribbean islands jockeyed to provide port to cruise ships brimming with free-spending tourists.(6) After his stint there, he wanted to see the world and as he had always had an interest in ships and sailing, applied for a job on a cruise liner as a chef.(7) Madeira is best approached by sea and a few years back I had the luxury of time to join the leisured classes on board a classic cruise ship visiting several Atlantic islands.(8) All the partial owner needs to do is climb on board, cruise to his desired location, return when his time is up, and walk away when the day is done.(9) During his senior year, the two men would cruise together, picking up sailors.(10) A majestic feel of heaven on earth is readily available on the deck of a cruise in a cruise voyage.(11) The aircraft can cruise up to four hours with a range of more than 500 miles at a maximum speed of 160 knots.(12) a cruise liner(13) This is a great area to cruise , one that is still somewhat undeveloped and off the beaten path.(14) They are spending their honeymoon in Florida after which they are taking a Caribbean cruise .(15) That's a lot of pressure to be putting on kids who basically just want to get drunk, hang out, and cruise chicks.(16) How you enjoy your honeymoon cruise is also up to you.