He is certainly not cruising on a trade route, or his presence would long ere this have been reported-Times.
cruising the post trying to find it, my feeling is that idiocy probably belongs in the same bag.
The fish is perfectly adapted for cruising the nearly opaque waters.
Today, she is fully refitted and restored for cruising.
Ordinarily, the air intake to an engine is partially closed during cruising, and this makes the engine work harder.
The great advantage is that diesel is best for cruising while hybrid excels in city stop and go.
It is capable of cruising indefinitely as speeds well in excess of any posted limits.
The energy stored in the flywheel can be used to bring the cyclist back up to cruising speed.
No photographer today would bother cruising the bush with trained leopards to fake a sunset shot.
The nobodies rounded up when the police departments conduct stings on cruising areas.
British Dictionary definitions for cruising
(intransitive) to make a trip by sea in a liner for pleasure, usually calling at a number of ports
to sail or travel over (a body of water) for pleasure in a yacht, cruiser, etc
(intransitive) to search for enemy vessels in a warship
(intransitive) (of a vehicle, aircraft, or vessel) to travel at a moderate and efficient speed
(intransitive) (informal) to search the streets or other public places for a sexual partner
an act or instance of cruising, esp a trip by sea
C17: from Dutch kruisen to cross, from cruiscross; related to French croiser to cross, cruise, Spanish cruzar, German kreuzen
Tom. original name Thomas Cruise Mapother. born 1962, US film actor; his films include Risky Business (1983), Top Gun (1986), Jerry Maguire (1989), Eyes Wide Shut (1999), War of the Worlds (2005), andValkyrie (2008)
To drive slowly and watchfully in the streets, walk about vigilantly in bars and parties, etc, looking for a sex partner •Streetwalkers were called cruisers by about 1900: He started cruising the singles bars(1903+)
To make a sexual approach: I dated girls but at the same time was still cruising guys/ But what happens if, after cruising chicks you find yourself with a more cerebral companion?(1940s+)
To be smoothly going about one's business: He was still ''cruising nice and mellow'' from an acid trip two nights before(1960s+)