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cruise ship


  1. a passenger ship built or used for pleasure cruises, usually taking passengers on an extended cruise with occasional calls in various places of interest.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of cruise ship1

First recorded in 1715–25
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Example Sentences

“That one case went through our community here, almost like a cruise ship,” Garry says.

Canada has banned cruise ships for another year, dealing the industry another blow after the Covid-19 pandemic shuttered most sailings for the past year.

From Quartz

Consider the image of the Diamond Princess cruise ship berthed in Yokohama, Japan.

I remember seeing the news about a virus in China and on cruise ships thinking, “Wow, that’s terrible,” and never once thinking it could come to Michigan.

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As the virus hopscotched across the globe, cruise ships became early symbols of the pandemic.

Nerd Cruise By Adam Rogers, Wired What 800 Nerds on a Cruise Ship Taught Me About Life, the Universe, and Snorkeling.

He told the court he called the retired captain to see exactly where he lived so he knew when to sound the cruise ship horn.

More than 150 passengers on a California cruise ship came down with norovirus, continuing a trend that happens every year.

One hopes we will never have to repeat such a careless cruise ship disaster to find out.

And then you would get flown on a private jet up to Alaska and go on his cruise ship for the party.

Another meeting was held in late August to discuss the problem with members of the cruise ship industry.

The cruise ship industry companies have not as yet been placed under a permit system.

The tourists enjoyed the sights, but they ate aboard their ship, which was evidently somewhat like a Caribbean cruise ship.

You say the 'Lachesis' and they say 'Oh, yes, the cruise ship.'


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