runabout

(from the article `motorboat`) Motorboats come in many types. The outboard runabout, or motor launch, is a fairly small open boat with seats running laterally across the width of ...
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runabout

two-seater noun an open automobile having a front seat and a rumble seat
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Runabout

[boat] A runabout is any small motorboat holding between four and eight people, well suited to moving about on the water. Runabouts can be used for racing, for pleasure activities like fishing and water skiing, or as a ship`s tender for larger vessels. Some common runabout boats are bow rider, center console, cuddy boat and walkaround. == H...
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Runabout

[car] The Runabout was a popular car body style in North America from the late 19th century to about 1915.{Sfn|Haajanen|2003|p=116} They were light, inexpensive, open cars{Sfn|Haajanen|2003|p=116}{Sfn|Georgano|1973|p=216} with basic bodywork and no windshield, top, or doors.{Sfn|Haajanen|2003|p=116} Most runabouts had just a single row of s...
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Runabout

[carriage] A horse-drawn runabout is a four-wheeled vehicle for informal, utilitarian travel or `running about` and getting things done. Sometimes called a `driving wagon`, it is essentially very light in order to be easily hitched by one person, and easily pulled over long distances by a single horse. A typical example was the light buggy ...
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