01. When I was 18 years old, my friends and I used to enjoy [cruising] around in a friend's car every weekend.
02. They went on a two-week [cruise] to Alaska for their honeymoon.
03. My neighbors went on a [cruise] around the world after winning a million dollars in a lottery.
04. Our family doctor got a job working on a [cruise] ship after he retired.
05. We [cruised] around downtown in my friend's new car all weekend.
06. The next stop on our [cruise] is Kingston, Jamaica.
07. Jay and Wally [cruised] the bars downtown, but they didn't meet anyone interesting.
08. Cartoonist Lynda Barry once said that if it is your time, love will track you down like a [cruise] missile.
09. The runner [cruised] to an easy finish in the race, well ahead of his nearest competitor.
10. We were [cruising] along the highway with the top down on the convertible when a deer ran in front of the car, and almost caused us to crash.
11. They [cruised] around the lake in their little motor boat, enjoying the sunshine and the fresh air.
12. The deep-sea harbor in Bridgetown, Barbados is a port of call for [cruise] ships from Britain, Europe and the U.S.
13. A [cruise] down the Thames River is a marvelous way to see the sites of London.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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