[ US /ˈɹoʊˌboʊt/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈə‍ʊbə‍ʊt/ ]
  1. a small boat of shallow draft with cross thwarts for seats and rowlocks for oars with which it is propelled
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How To Use rowboat In A Sentence

  • Your ship will immediately be surrounded by frantic rowboats, young men standing at the gunwales shouting Halloo!
  • There are the most traditional crafts: dories, shells, and plain old rowboats, designed for rough surf.
  • The basin fills up with colourful narrowboats from far and wide, and the banks are packed out with canalfolk, localfolk and the usual kebabvanfolk who congregate at events such as this.
  • Motor-driven launches, powerboats, pedal boats and rowboats are in great demand in the tourist spots of Veli-Akkulam.
  • His father was gracious enough to give him the leaky rowboat on the side of the ship and a day's worth of provisions.
  • Someone pointed out the rowboat at the shoreline, noting that a rowboat and a sauna were the only two pieces of equipment necessary for mökki living. Saunas and Silence
  • Suddenly, she and Horatio were in a rowboat together, lying in each other's arms, on a lazy river.
  • As a teenager in 1944, I was the skipper of a 10-foot rowboat with a centerboard and small sail.
  • Cameron Lake was closed to all motorized watercraft, but did offer canoes, rowboats and paddleboats for rental.
  • Equally playful in its makeshift substantiality is the 1999 "Congregation," many pieces of wood covered with metal hooks, an assemblage of found objects including a rowboat. Beauty That's No Illusion
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