rowboat


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row·boat

 (rō′bōt′)
n.
A small boat propelled by oars.

rowboat

(ˈrəʊˌbəʊt)
n
(Rowing) the usual US and Canadian word for rowing boat

row•boat

(ˈroʊˌboʊt)

n.
a small boat designed for rowing.
[1530–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rowboat - a small boat of shallow draft with cross thwarts for seats and rowlocks for oars with which it is propelledrowboat - a small boat of shallow draft with cross thwarts for seats and rowlocks for oars with which it is propelled
oarlock, rowlock, thole, tholepin, peg, pin - a holder attached to the gunwale of a boat that holds the oar in place and acts as a fulcrum for rowing
rowing boat - a rowboat
small boat - a boat that is small
cross thwart, thwart - a crosspiece spreading the gunnels of a boat; used as a seat in a rowboat
wherry - light rowboat for use in racing or for transporting goods and passengers in inland waters and harbors
Translations
veslařský člun
robåd
soutuvene
veslački čamac
漕ぎ舟
젓는 배
roddbåt
เรือขนาดเล็กที่ใช้ไม้พาย
thuyền có mái chèo

rowboat

[ˈrəʊbəʊt] n (US)canot m, canot m à rames

rowboat

n (US) → Ruderboot nt

rowboat

قَارِبٌ تـَجْدِيف veslařský člun robåd Ruderboot βάρκα με κουπί barca de remos, bote de remos soutuvene barque veslački čamac barca a remi 漕ぎ舟 젓는 배 roeiboot robåt łódź wiosłowa barco a remo, barco a remos гребная шлюпка roddbåt เรือขนาดเล็กที่ใช้ไม้พาย kürek teknesi thuyền có mái chèo 划艇
References in classic literature ?
A quarter of an hour afterward the rowboat of this craft took them all aboard.
Little pleasure steamers, black with people, are coming and going all the time; and everywhere one sees young girls and young men paddling about in fanciful rowboats, or skimming along by the help of sails when there is any wind.
Accompanied by a lifeguard swimming beside him and another in a rowboat, he reached his goal and was presented with a "very cool award, certificate, and patch" as the youngest camper to ever to swim across the lake.
The dances tend to commemorate island events, such as the circling of roosters before combat, the heated protests against the closing and consolidation of small island schools, or hopping about from island to island during the second Jacobite Rebellion (1745) in order to catch up with Bonnie Prince Charles, who fled for his life in a rowboat, dressed as the national heroine Flora Macdonald's Irish maid.
The former butcher set off from San Diego, California, on July 15 on a seven-month voyage to Sydney, Australia, in his 28ft rowboat Brittany Rose.
In a 1964 review of the artist's "Driving Image" exhibition, which included furniture and a rowboat covered in the trademark phalluses, Donald Judd rightly observed that to see a show by Kusama is to see "a result of Kusama's work, not a work itself.
He goes out in his rowboat every day, weather permitting, and keeps the family supplied with fish.
I took a seven-hour ride over a potholed road from the capital; another hour of pummeling turns on a winding, rocky throughway from Cap Haitian, Haiti's second-largest town, finally, I descended a quarter-mile on foot to the ocean to hitch a ride on a rowboat around the bay with a man named Lesevye ("The Savior.
Whether traveling by ship, train, stage, bicycle, or rowboat, Keaton managed to defy the laws of physics and, en route, wreak havoc on the vehicle in question.
We learned that the wood-framed cabin included two bunks, a table and bench, plus a fireplace, woodstove, and rowboat.
Contract notice: Reconstruction of estella clain school in notre dame des champs in rowboat saint-leu recovery lot no14: metalwork.