A relatively fast warship larger than a destroyer and less heavily armed than a battleship
A yacht or motorboat with passenger accommodations, designed for leisure use
A person who goes on a pleasure cruise
An automobile that can be driven smoothly at high speed
A police patrol car
a car in which policemen cruise the streets; equipped with radiotelephonic communications to headquarters
a large fast warship; smaller than a battleship and larger than a destroyer
cabin cruiser: a large motorboat that has a cabin and plumbing and other conveniences necessary for living on board
A Cruiser is a type of large warship, which had its prime period from the late 19th century to the end of the Cold War. The first cruisers were intended for individual raiding and protection missions on the seas. Cruisers are very versatile. ...
A cruise is a meeting of car enthusiasts at a predetermined location, organised predominantly through the internet (in recent times) but also largely through mobile phone, word of mouth or simply by a cruise being established enough that it becomes a regular event.
Vindula arsinoe, commonly known as the Cruiser, is a day butterfly from the family Nymphalidae. It ranges from the Maluku Islands and New Guinea to the Solomon Islands and Queensland. It is sexually dimorphic.
Cruiser is a vessel owned by Clyde Marine Services Ltd operating in the River Clyde as part of the company's charter cruise fleet. Former names are Southsea Queen, Hythe Hotspur and Poole Scene.
Cruiser is the term for motorcycles that mimic the design style of American machines from the 1930s to the early 1960s, including those made by Harley-Davidson, Indian, Excelsior and Henderson. The market for models evocative of the early cruisers has grown to embrace 60% of the U.S. ...
Conor Cruise O'Brien (3 November 1917 – 18 December 2008) often nicknamed "The Cruiser",. The Telegraph, 20 December 2008; retrieved 8 July 2009 was an Irish politician, writer, historian and academic. ...
(CRUISERS) Beggars, or highway spies, who traverse the road, to give intelligence of a booty; also rogues ready to snap up any booty that may offer, like privateers or pirates on a cruise.
(Cruisers) A motorcycle Cruiser is the type where the driver has an upright position while sitting and feet are always located forward of the bike and resting or the front.
(Cruisers) A range of small to large motorcycles designed for comfort and looks with a relaxed upright seating position. They are notable for their heavy use of chrome and are often highly customized.
(Cruisers) carp that are not feeding; also "Baskers"
1. A bicycle made for casual riding. Features include a large, comfy saddle, wide handlebars and fat tires for a soft, flat-free ride. 2. A BMX bike with 24- and sometimes 26-inch wheels, often preferred by taller riders or adjusts returning to the sport. Cruisers race in their own separate class.
One who conducts surveys of timber land. Also known as an estimator (8).
bike built for cruising the boulevards as opposed to sports riding or long-distance riding. Typically of classic style with a low seat, pull-back handle bars, fancy paint and lots of chrome.
a bike designed for casual and comfortable road riding that features a relaxed frame, fat 26-inch tires, a wide saddle, wide handlebars and rubber pedals
Classic styling, fat tires and general simplicity set these bikes apart from others. Cruisers offer wide saddles, upright riding positions and wide swept-back handlebars.
one of the classes of naval WARSHIPs, as designed for high speed and long range at medium tonnage; including light cruiser (CL), armored heavy cruiser (CA), and the like.
Commonly referred to as the “drunk bus,” shuttles students up and down the hill and into town; a welcomed sight on cold winter nights.
a lightweight, shallow-draught pleasure boat, of wooden or fibreglass construction and usually shorter (20-30 ft) than a narrow-boat; some being powered by an outboard engine.
A newer term that refers to the laid back styled street bikes with chrome and boulevard styling.
Smallest combatant capital craft classification. Cruisers are at least several times the size of a fighter or bomber and possess mainly antifighter weaponry, with one or two (or in the case of the SC Rakshasa, three) anticapital weapons. ...
A bike that was made for easy and relaxed riding. Usually a much less costly bike then other bicycles
The gun-firing warship next in size after a battleship, developed for reconnaisance, commerce protection and raiding. See also battlecruiser.