steamboat

Steamlocomotive vs Steamboat - What's the difference?

steamlocomotive | steamboat |

Steamboat vs Flatboat - What's the difference?

steamboat | flatboat |


As nouns the difference between steamboat and flatboat

is that steamboat is a boat or vessel propelled by steam power while flatboat is a boxy, flat-bottomed boat used for carrying livestock, freight, and people on rivers.

As a verb steamboat

is to travel by steamboat.

Steamboat vs Electricboat - What's the difference?

steamboat | electricboat |

Steamboat vs Showboat - What's the difference?

steamboat | showboat |


As nouns the difference between steamboat and showboat

is that steamboat is a boat or vessel propelled by steam power while showboat is (us) a river steamboat having a resident theatre.

As verbs the difference between steamboat and showboat

is that steamboat is to travel by steamboat while showboat is to show off.

Vessel vs Steamboat - What's the difference?

vessel | steamboat |


As nouns the difference between vessel and steamboat

is that vessel is (nautical) any craft designed for transportation on water, such as a ship or boat while steamboat is a boat or vessel propelled by steam power.

As verbs the difference between vessel and steamboat

is that vessel is (obsolete|transitive) to put into a vessel while steamboat is to travel by steamboat.

Hoist vs Steamboat - What's the difference?

hoist | steamboat |


As verbs the difference between hoist and steamboat

is that hoist is to raise; to lift; to elevate; especially, to raise or lift to a desired elevation, by means of tackle or pulley, as a sail, a flag, a heavy package or weight while steamboat is to travel by steamboat.

As nouns the difference between hoist and steamboat

is that hoist is a hoisting device, such as pulley or crane while steamboat is a boat or vessel propelled by steam power.

Steamship vs Steamboat - What's the difference?

steamship | steamboat | Synonyms |

Steamship is a synonym of steamboat.

Steamboat is a synonym of steamship.


As nouns the difference between steamship and steamboat

is that steamship is a ship or vessel propelled by steam power while steamboat is a boat or vessel propelled by steam power.

As a verb steamboat is

to travel by steamboat.

Steamboat vs Riverboat - What's the difference?

steamboat | riverboat |


As nouns the difference between steamboat and riverboat

is that steamboat is a boat or vessel propelled by steam power while riverboat is a watercraft designed for operating on rivers.

As a verb steamboat

is to travel by steamboat.

Steamboat vs Steamer - What's the difference?

steamboat | steamer | Synonyms |

Steamer is a synonym of steamboat.


As nouns the difference between steamboat and steamer

is that steamboat is a boat or vessel propelled by steam power while steamer is (cookware) a cooking appliance that cooks by steaming.

As a verb steamboat

is to travel by steamboat.

Steamboat vs Texas - What's the difference?

steamboat | texas |


As nouns the difference between steamboat and texas

is that steamboat is a boat or vessel propelled by steam power while texas is the top-most cabin deck on a steamboat.

As a verb steamboat

is to travel by steamboat.

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