Oared

Part of speech: adjective

Having oars; usually in composition; as, four oared, etc.

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Usage examples "oared":

  1. When he did not do that, he had either to employ a sloop for himself, or a big six- oared boat. - "Second Shetland Truck System Report", William Guthrie.
  2. He was a grave lawyer, one of the best of his kind; nevertheless he and she, when joined for the one voyage of two human spirits, were like a funeral barge lashed to some dancing boat, golden- oared, white- sailed, decked with flowers. - "The Mettle of the Pasture", James Lane Allen.
  3. Here we are in one of his majesty's own boats, snug as bugs in a wet rug, and being carried faster than any ten- oared barge could move, we not raising a hand. - "The Minute Boys of Boston", James Otis.