dugout canoe

NOUN
  1. a canoe made by hollowing out and shaping a large log
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How To Use dugout canoe In A Sentence

  • The daybed was originally a Polynesian dugout canoe, brilliantly transformed into a surreal and unlikely daybed by some strategically-placed padding and throw pillows - a perfect place for a New York heiress to take an afternoon siesta.
  • They fashioned their dugout canoes from the trunks of cedar and silk cotton trees, hollowing out the trunks first by charring, then by chipping with their stone axes and chisels.
  • The keelboat was too big to go any further, so they built themselves dugout canoes.
  • Another is travelling in a mokoro, a dugout canoe like those the explorer used to reach the falls in 1855.
  • It looks like a dugout canoe with squared ends, but is in fact a large brine storage tank, weighing over two tons.
  • My first activity of the day was to run the Eucalyptus trail twice round as the staff canoed to work and parked their dugout canoes in the reeds.
  • The crew built two new dugout canoes. Christianity Today
  • Rowing boats and dugout canoes were milling around the steamer. Travels with Rosinante
  • Some still make their own bows and arrows and carve dugout canoes from a single tree trunk.
  • We paddled a dugout canoe across the river to the village burial ground, where the bodies of these tiny victims of the fossil fuel industry lay.
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