Definition of Jollyboats

1. Noun. (plural of jollyboat) ¹



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Definition of Jollyboats

1. jollyboat [n] - See also: jollyboat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jollyboats

jollities
jollity
jollof rice
jollop
jollops
jolls
jolly
jolly-hockey-sticks
jolly along
jolly boat
jolly boats
jolly someone along
jolly up
jolly well
jollyboat
jollyboats (current term)
jollyer
jollyers
jollyhead
jollying
jollyings
jols
jolt
jolted
jolter
jolters
jolthead
joltheads
joltier
joltiest

Literary usage of Jollyboats

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1. Boat Sailing in Fair Weather and Foul by Ahmed John Kenealy (1905)
"... beach in front of his shop were generally to be seen several longboats, jollyboats, and yacht's cutters in a more or less creditable state of repair. ..."

2. Hunt's Yachting Magazine (1859)
"A race by 23 feet four-oared jollyboats, belonging to Cowal :— Star of Cowal (Campbell), 1; Mayflower (Brown), 2; Attempt (Weir), 3; won by two boat lengths ..."

3. Letters from Bombay by D. Aubrey (1884)
"... just returned from Jeddah was discharging pilgrims from the sacred shrines of Mecca and Medina into a numerous squadron of felucca-rigged jollyboats. ..."

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