Antonyms for boated

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The rest were boated off to the mouth of the river and set ashore.

He had been all along the beach and had boated on the thoroughfare clear to the inlet.

Up to this time the ore had been boated down the lake, and carted to Greenodd.

They boated, they had croquet on the beach, they paced the shining sands.

Mules and oxen swam the stream, but the sheep were boated across.

We fished and boated together; and we walked on the sands by moonlight.

They boated on the Rio Negro, fished in its swift current, rode long miles over the gray and treeless pampas.

I had heard some variation of it on every stream I had boated between the Yangtse and the Parana.

You don't suppose I was going to be boated off to a transport, when I could go home in a seventy-four?

Here they fished, and swam, and boated, and grew daily more and more mahogany coloured beneath the glorious summer sun.