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rafts, watercraft, Canoes, Ferries, Galleys, Merchantmen, Boats, aircraft carriers, barges, barks, battleships, cabin cruisers, cargo boats, catamarans, cruisers, cutters, destroyers, dinghies, dories, dugouts, fishing boats, freighters, frigates, gondolas, gunboats, houseboats, hulks, hydrofoils, icebreakers, kayaks, lifeboats, liners, longboats, motorboats, ocean liners, paddle boats, pontoons, rowboats, sailboats, sampans, schooners, scows, sculls, skiffs, speedboats, steamboats, submarines, tankers, trawlers, tugboats, vessels, yachts.
boxcars, taxis, Buggies, Ambulances, Automobiles, Motorcycles, Vehicles, coaches, armored cars, autos, bicycles, broughams, buses, cabs, cars, carts, convertibles, conveyances, coupes, fire engines, hearses, hot rods, jalopies, jeeps, landaus, limousines, motorcars, roadsters, sedans, sledges, sleds, stagecoaches, station wagons, taxicabs, tractors, trains, trucks, vans, wagons.
rows, sails.
forwards, Carries, Hauls, transfers, conveys, transports.
Examples of usage:
  1. Them was the first air- ships I ever seen. – The Desert of Wheat by Zane Grey
  2. I don't know the names of the ships. – Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling
  3. Five days still remained before election, and in five days one might do much; during those five days her ships might still come home from sea. – Counsel for the Defense by Leroy Scott
  4. " Why did you run away from us," asked Green, " when you must have seen that our boats were those of one of Her Majesty's ships- of- war?" – The Three Commanders by W.H.G. Kingston
  5. There were over thirty ships there this morning, for I counted them, and I doubt if one will live out the night. – Jack Archer by G. A. Henty