[ UK /lˈɒŋbə‍ʊt/ ]
  1. the largest boat carried by a merchant sailing vessel
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How To Use longboat In A Sentence

  • Sparkles of light danced off the lagoon as black-veiled women punted by in longboats.
  • Still, by the time Wonka and his guests set sail, the fact that their ship is a Viking longboat carved from a big boiled sweet seems almost mundane.
  • Abilene decided to climb a tree to see if he could see his father and fellow sailors going back to the longboat.
  • Rather than test the validity of those claims, the sailors quickly set back to sea in a longboat.
  • Once, he had sung for the Vikings as their longboats closed in on the Irish coast, his voice vibrating in the freezing air.
  • They were shaped like Medieval longboats, with arching prows in the shape of dragon-heads.
  • Drawing near the schooner, a crew was dispatched overside in the longboat with a squad of marines.
  • We will take one of the longboats and try to find which little river they rowed up.
  • They leapt ashore from their longboats, flourishing their broadswords and shouting: ‘Ou-est la jolie kunta?’
  • A Viking procession, a regatta with replica Norwegian longboats, and a spectacular floodlit battle re-enactment called The Challenge To Power will also feature.
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