verb (used without object)
Origin of motorboat
Examples from the Web for motorboat
“My father called us ‘The Lucky Seven,’ and we had a 24-foot motorboat by that name,” says Mark Shriver, the fourth child.Mark Shriver Talks About His Family, the Kennedys, and Writing About His Dad’s Decline|Lloyd Grove|June 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It is not easy for a common man in Africa to afford a motorboat with an 80-horsepower engine.
To make the Aspinwall lock on schedule time is always cause for joy by the humble owner of a motorboat.Sometub's Cruise on the C. & O. Canal|John Pryor Cowan
The boys shot the skiff in beside the motorboat and helped the girls aboard.
The motorboat, which had been well crated up, was to go by freight.Tom Fairfield in Camp|Allen Chapman
A motorboat engine would scare every swordfish within a league of the Banksso he says.
With no hesitation, he went to the motorboat and began filling the tank with gasoline.Saboteurs on the River|Mildred A. Wirt