luxury liner

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n luxury liner a liner equipped for sumptuous living
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Usage

In literature:

In the end, the once luxurious liner was to be reduced to "skin and bones," to employ a trite but eminently appropriate phrase.
"West Wind Drift" by George Barr McCutcheon
The Collins liners, furthermore, were models of comfort and even of luxury for the times.
"American Merchant Ships and Sailors" by Willis J. Abbot
There was much laughter and lighthearted gaiety about him, as was natural on such a luxury liner.
"Man of Many Minds" by E. Everett Evans
In a few moments the two jet boats were braking their jets and drifting to a stop inside the catapult deck of the luxurious liner.
"On the Trail of the Space Pirates" by Carey Rockwell
But it would have been foolish anyway to sleep through the one trip on a Hub luxury liner she was ever likely to take in her life.
"Legacy" by James H Schmitz
The second luxury liner took off with only four passengers and turned back before reaching the Moon.
"Scrimshaw" by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
Senator Landrus was a big, florid man, who moved about a committee hearing chamber with the ponderous smoothness of a luxury liner.
"The Great Gray Plague" by Raymond F. Jones
They don't look as if they'd had a happy time, and a liner's crowded steerage isn't a luxurious place.
"Blake's Burden" by Harold Bindloss
Liner travel was now a luxury, as all save the immensely wealthy traveled by plane across the oceans.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science April 1930" by Various
Those Englishmen really knew how to build a luxury liner.
"The Knights of Arthur" by Frederik Pohl
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In news:

Countess LuAnn de Lesseps was treated like a commoner by a driver for Hamptons Luxury Liner yesterday.
Spokesmen for a salvage expedition that surveyed the wreck of the Titanic said today that an explosion and fire, rather than an iceberg alone, may have caused the luxury liner to sink 75 years ago.
A luxury liner sailed past a stranded fishing boat from Panama, even though passengers aboard spotted three men adrift.
It's a real shift for Chita Rivera, who is to make the transition from a sexy chanteuse on a luxury liner in a Cole Porter musical to an elderly madam in a seedy godforsaken town.
Pixar and Disney's animated robot romp Wall-E explores a future in which the world's population has relocated to live on luxury cruise liners in space, and robots are left to clean an over-polluted Earth.
Luxury liner lifestyle can be affordable.
Luxury Liner Picture Frame.
Not A Luxurious Ocean Liner .
The luxury liner United States, which began its maiden voyage with 500 pounds of caviar and returned to a Broadway ticker tape parade, was saved from the scrap heap today by a businessman who immigrated on the ship 28 years ago.
They can peer out to the west and watch luxury cruise liners float down the Hudson River.
KISS Kruise II set sail from Miami on Wednesday (October 31), kicking things off with an un-costumed, acoustic show from Gene Simmons and the boys on the deck of the Norwegian Pearl luxury liner.
Say aloha to adventure on a luxury liner.
Belfast in the 21st century is developing into a chic capital of culture, character and chatter built on a proud industrial heritage which includes the world's most famous luxury liner.
Birdseye maple was used in the Queen Mary luxury liner.
Say aloha to adventure on a luxury liner .
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