Definition of "cruised" [cruised]

  • To make a trip by sea in a liner for pleasure, usually calling at a number of ports (verb)
  • To sail or travel over (a body of water) for pleasure in a yacht, cruiser, etc (verb)
  • To search for enemy vessels in a warship (verb)
  • (of a vehicle, aircraft, or vessel) to travel at a moderate and efficient speed (verb)
  • To search the streets or other public places for a sexual partner (verb)
  • An act or instance of cruising, esp a trip by sea (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of cruise. (verb)

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Use "cruised" in a sentence
  • "The Spurs cruised from the start as Ginobili and Duncan each scored 12 points to help them take a 55-39 lead at halftime."
  • "He cruised from the start, retiring the first 14 batters and throwing only 109 pitches - 76 for strikes."
  • "Johnson cruised from the start, striking out the side around a single in the first, when he threw just 12 pitches - all strikes."