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multihull

Syllabification: mul·ti·hull
Pronunciation: /ˈməltihəl, ˈməltī-
 
/

Definition of multihull in English:

noun

A boat with two or more hulls, especially three.
Example sentences
  • A total of 15 boats participated, including eight monohull and four multihull sailboats, and three powerboats.
  • The deal was that he would help look after their two young boys on weekdays and sail with Cam - a four-time world champion in small boats and a legendary multihull ocean racer - on weekends.
  • And where, during all this, were the multihull sailors?

Words that rhyme with multihull

seagullmonohull

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