He saw the boat boys knocked about, and one of them put in irons for three days with nothing to eat for the crime of breaking a rowlock
It was that dull kind of a regular sound that comes from oars working in rowlocks
when it's a still night.
I can hear men's voices calling, near and far, and the roll and creak of oars in the rowlocks
The boy had rowed, in a ladylike fashion, on the Adirondack ponds; but there is a difference between squeaking pins and well-balanced rowlocks
- light sculls and stubby, eight-foot sea-oars.
She did not know, and it concerned her little; for boats, and the sea, and the things and happenings of the sea were of far more vital interest to her than men, and the next moment she was staring through the warm tropic darkness at the loom of the sails and the steady green of the moving sidelight, and listening eagerly to the click of the sweeps in the rowlocks
I was hunting for it when the sound of rowlocks
came to my ears.
The hunters have experimented and practised with their rifles and shotguns till they are satisfied, and the boat-pullers and steerers have made their spritsails, bound the oars and rowlocks
in leather and sennit so that they will make no noise when creeping on the seals, and put their boats in apple-pie order--to use Leach's homely phrase.
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The oars are usually attached to a thole or rowlock
(also sometimes referred to as a rigger) on the gunnel.
Strewn with stones like rowlock
, gunwale, Islington,
, better known as a rooster in polite language, opened his mouth to full throttle and sounded off his 'cock-a-doodle-doo.