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- adj. Formed into a row, or rows; having a specified number of rows.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of row.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Formed into a row, or rows; having a row, or rows.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having rows; formed into rows.
- Striped: same as rayed, 3.
-- _I only_ rowed across the river = _I only_ (= _alone_, an adjective), and no one else, rowed etc., or = I _only rowed_ etc., +but+ did not _swim_ or _wade_.
The term coquette, which we have bor - rowed from the French, is our modern name for her who, in the
They are SCULLED, not what we should call rowed, by two or four men with very heavy oars made of two pieces of wood working on pins placed on outrigger bars.
In China, needles are thicker, longer, and sometimes as enthusiastically "rowed" while in a patient as an oar in the hands of a whitewater kayaker.
No whipped cattle were they, such as rowed the triremes of Phœnicia, but freemen born, sons of Athens, who called it joy to die for her in time of need.
At length we turned towards the shore to which we rowed, meaning to yield ourselves up; but to our great surprise, the nearer we came to the shore the more did the
Initially operators "rowed" the norries with poles, gondola-style, carrying loads of up to 40 people, eight cows or three tons of rice.
Most of you were all rowed up and excited over nothing really.
Sounds like the rod had a week spot, grmlin chew, door slam, window rowed up, stepped on.
Left, worshippers rowed a boat during Krishna Incarnation Day celebrations, Tuesday.