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cruise

verb A popular term for the seeking, watching, or flirting with potential sexual partners. See Casual sex.

cruise

(krooz)
1. To walk sideways or diagonally while holding onto people or objects. It is a form of locomotion used by infants and toddlers as they begin to assume an upright posture while exploring their environment.
2. A colloquial term for surfing the Internet.
3. To travel for pleasure aboard a ship. Health problems associated with cruising include athletic injuries, excessive use of alcohol, failure to take prescribed medications, and epidemic diarrhea.
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Among the "hot prospects" (those who have never cruised but will probably do so within the next two years) were younger vacationers with more moderate incomes: their average age is 42, with an income of $51,500.
Only 5% of Americans have ever embarked on a cruise, but a recent BLACK ENTERPRISE survey found that more than 17% of subscribers have cruised within the past three years.
In 2005, more than 90 percent of people who cruised said they used a travel agent to make their choice, and 80-90 percent of cruise lines sales in 2005 came through the travel agency channel.