dreamboat

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dreamboat

A very attractive or appealing person. Of course I have a crush on Cliff—he's a total dreamboat!
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

dreamboat

n. just the kind of lover one has always dreamed of. (Also a term of address.) Oh, Pete is my dreamboat.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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With killer soundtrack featuring Roy Orbison (Pretty Woman), The Beach Boys (I Get Around) and Hippy Hippy Shake by The Swinging Blue Jeans - not to mention hip-shaking numbers from such the lesser known acts as The Marvellettes and The Kingsmen - Dream boats and Miniskirts is guaranteed to make you laugh and want to dance at the same time.
The dream boats and those they carry explore different seas, different worlds and different populations.
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/Take me, Dream Boat, and show me everything I know." His reference to international mythological and folk figures is particularly fascinating.
The lads are no dream boats, the girl isn't beautiful in the traditional sense and together they aren't charming or witty enough to make an informal press conference especially riveting.
You'd think that after all that writing, Dan would've taken a break, but he has four more books coming out in the next year--Long John, a collection of short stories, Dream Boats and Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat, Where Have You Been?, both picture books, and finally, It's All Greek To Me, Jack, the next book in the Chapter book series.
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Mortgages and loans are available to finance your dream boat. "But go through a reputable broker to ensure good title, appropriate financing and that you've made adequate provision for insurance, mooring and berthing fees," advises the BMIF, which is happy to answer queries (tel: 01784 473377).