cruise-v; 2 Senses

Sense Number 1: Travel aimlessly looking for service or attention, possibly sexual; move at a constant speed..

Commentary: Includes: CRUISE OVER (metaphorical), CRUISE AROUND
NOTE: Usually the mode of travel is by car.

She loved to cruise around in her black mustang
The men were cruising the park.
There's nothing in this town for those under 18 to do but cruise
the streets.
We cruised over to the record store to pick up the newest label.
Cops were cruising in front of the club.
She cruised the bar looking for a man to take home.
Roaches cruised the walls.
We were cruising down the road at incredible speeds.

VerbNet: nonvehicle-51.4.2
FrameNet: Self_motion,Operate_vehicle,Ride_vehicle
PropBank: cruise.02
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 2, 3

Sense Number 2: Vaction for pleasure and sightseeing.

NOTE: Compare to sense 1. Sense 2 must involve a BOAT.

Every year my parents cruise the Carribean.
For her graduation present, Emily got to cruise the Mediterranean.

VerbNet: nonvehicle-51.4.2
FrameNet: Ride_vehicle
PropBank: cruise.01
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 4