shipboard

[ UK /ʃˈɪpbɔːd/ ]
[ US /ˈʃɪpˌbɔɹd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. casual or ephemeral as if taking place on board a ship
    shipboard romances
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How To Use shipboard In A Sentence

  • The from home business irena, capaciousness, film, and the perspective restharrow are shipboard polder of niche stormbound by a lustily overreaching druthers of fossil and we palaeobotany ugly the pharmaceutical superstition on that woodgrain. Rational Review
  • Customs is in place to check goods and manifests, but there is not yet any provision for immigration, so no one is allowed to debark and enter Iraq from shipboard.
  • After all, Sebastian and Viola have performed this scene before: when he peels off her moustache in this recognition scene, it's a reprise of their shipboard vaudeville act.
  • Bill and I chummed up shipboard and got into the habit of taking our constitutional together every night after supper.
  • Because of inadequate domestic production of shipboard machinery and equipment, Mallory struggled to obtain such commodities from other sources.
  • The readings are available immediately to the captain on a shipboard computer and continuously monitored, via a private Web site, by the staff at the University of Miami.
  • Pyramids of Egyptthe real lady's maid, with or without the pink parasol, is far more inappropriate on shipboard. Extracts from a Lady's Log-Book,
  • 'The hollow voice of Jason, our shipboard dive master and controller, came back a few seconds later. VITALS
  • All subjects reported having familiarity with computers and 16 of the 20 subjects reported familiarity with shipboard equipment.
  • No longer exclusively big estate pieces but practical ones for offices, shipboard, war campaigns, they scaled down accordingly. The Write Stuff
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