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diving boat

noun
1.
a boat used as a tender for divers or others working under water.
Origin of diving boat
1795-1805
First recorded in 1795-1805
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  • At that time he was experimenting with his diving boat and submarine torpedo.

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  • It sounds blissful to fly, and use a diving boat, but I'd draw the line at learning Japanese.

  • With Manuel's aid the boys picked out their crews for the diving boat.

  • Here he made successful experiments with a diving boat which he had designed to carry cases of gunpowder under water.

  • Rob and Merritt were on deck with one of the sailors, delegated to the duty of casting off the diving boat's lines.

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  • It was an awful feeling to experience, this of being penned scores of fathoms beneath the ocean's surface in a diving boat.

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  • Under the strain of her laboring engines the steel fabric shook and chattered, but not an inch did the diving boat budge.

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  • She need not necessarily be a diving boat with a few torpedo tubes and a couple of guns.

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  • The boys were up again at first peep of day, expecting to have to start out with the diving boat as soon as the sun arose.

  • When the diving boat reached the schooner his shipmates prepared the dead man for burial.

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