vessel

Synonyms:

  • Part of speech: n. (noun) (noun)
    • boat
      aircraft carrier, frigate, bark, raft, cutter, kayak, pontoon, scow, submarine, dinghy, sailboat, hydrofoil, hulk, freighter, dory, houseboat, scull, ship, cruiser, liner, speedboat, schooner, trawler, icebreaker, motorboat, catamaran, tugboat, destroyer, ocean liner, yacht, dugout, rowboat, sampan, boat, watercraft, barge, paddle boat, ferry, Bateau, merchantman, gondola, canoe, skiff, tanker, lifeboat, galley, battleship, cabin cruiser, cargo boat, fishing boat, longboat, gunboat, steamboat.
    • cask
      barrel, tun.
    • pot
      pan.
    • receptacle
      container.
  • Part of speech: undefined
    • Sense 1
      flowerpot, tank, jar, pitcher, pipe.
    • Sense 2
      vein.
    • dish
      bowl.
    • flask
      vial.
    • grail
      chalice.
    • jar
      crock.
    • mug
      cup.
    • plate
      dish.
    • skimmer
      ladle.
    • stewpan
      saucepan.
    • Other synonyms
      craft, vas, holder, receptacle, keel.

Usage examples:

I've been all over our vessel
- Tom Brown at Oxford by Thomas Hughes
The vessel which brought him, had occasion a few months afterwards to touch at the island, and inquiry was made for the excellent person who had been left there.
- The Hubble-Shue by Christian Carstairs
Presently he was sensible that the vessel had received a heavy blow.
- The History of Little Peter, the Ship Boy by W.H.G. Kingston
Meanwhile the progress of the vessel shorewards had been suddenly checked.
- Round the World in Seven Days by Herbert Strang
We both turned and looked in the direction we had last seen the vessel but to our amazement she was no longer there.
- A Crime of the Under-seas by Guy Boothby