Sailboat in a sentence

Definition of Sailboat

A boat propelled by a sail. | (slang, card games) A playing card with the rank of four.

How to use Sailboat in a Sentence?

  • One fork turned to the right, which led to where the sailboat had been secured.
  • An empty sailboat was moored to the end of the wharf, which facilitated our operations.
  • He had a little sailboat in which he would take the children, even in severe storms.
  • Capable of making a dozen miles an hour, she was already doing her best, and coming up with the sailboat hand over hand.
  • There was a channel among the reefs, which a small sailboat could pursue, if one were accurately acquainted with its windings.
  • There was a tiny sailboat with a little wooden sailor on deck; but Robin would always be dabbling in the water if he got that.
  • Jan brought in her dolls, and Ted his sailboat and other toys, and there the two children played for some little time.
  • With high-sounding words the Mohawks left by sailboat for the mouth of the Richelieu, to continue on south to their own country.
  • And I'd make a sailboat scooting along, tipped 'way over on her side toward you, with just a slip of an eager-faced girl in it.
  • The gangway and the sailboat were soon filled by a chilly cold wind, which tried to blow it offshore and which nothing could restrain.
  • It was early that same evening, while the boys were at tea, that Squire Brackett stepped ashore from his sailboat in a perfect fever of excitement.
  • The sailboat crept slowly out into the middle of the river, the breeze being so light that only a faint rippling was heard at the bow, and the craft hardly answered her helm.

Short Example Sentence for Sailboat

  • There is another sailboat under weigh.
  • In later years a sailboat was substituted over this same route.
  • Nobody ever ran a sailboat through there because it's choked up with ledges.

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