Carver vs Cruiser - What's the difference?

carver | cruiser |


As a proper noun carver

is .

As a noun cruiser is

(nautical|in the days of sail) a frigate or other vessel, detached from the fleet, to cruise independently in search of the enemy or its merchant ships.

carver

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • Someone who carves.
  • (dated) A carving knife.
  • (dated) A butcher.
  • An armchair as part of a set of dining chairs (originally for the person who is to carve the meat).
  • *2000 , (JG Ballard), Super-Cannes , Fourth Estate 2011, p. 215:
  • *:She began a circuit of the dining room, peering at the baronial fireplace with its andirons the size of torture racks, and heavy oak carvers like gnarled thrones.
  • Derived terms

    * Carver (surname)

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    cruiser

    English

    Noun

    (wikipedia cruiser) (en noun)
  • (nautical, in the days of sail) A frigate or other vessel, detached from the fleet, to cruise independently in search of the enemy or its merchant ships.
  • (nautical) A class of fast warships of medium tonnage, having a long cruising range but less armour and firepower than a battleship.
  • (nautical) A miniature aircraft carrier carrying VTOL aircraft.
  • (nautical) A passenger ship used for pleasure voyages, where the voyage itself and the ship's amenities are considered an essential part of the experience; also cruise ship.
  • (nautical) Any of several yachts designed for cruising.
  • (US, law enforcement) A police patrol vehicle.
  • One who attends cruises.
  • Derived terms

    * loser cruiser

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