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They looked like toy ships on uncertain seas—heaving starboard, falling portside, too much in the bow, sinking in the stern—but they didn’t capsize.
AN ODE TO SKINNY SKISDAN SCHWARTZMARCH 5, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
I am grieved to say that Mr. Billings remarked, "Let's go aboard the blank, and capsize the whole blank trunk."
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
The pace became so hot that a small obstacle would capsize the sledge, causing it to roll over and over down the slope.
Now all hung by a hair, we could not manage the boat and it must inevitably capsize and be swamped under this foaming crest.
Kiv-i-ung, who had never abused the boy, had gone out with the rest, but his kayak did not capsize.
A TREASURY OF ESKIMO TALESCLARA KERN BAYLISS
He was a good swimmer, but he knew well that were his canoe to capsize he could not hope to survive long in these cold waters.
THE GAUNT GRAY WOLFDILLON WALLACE
Sometimes one of them would dart ahead several lengths and capsize, obliging me to turn skipper.
BIZARRELAWTON MACKALL
Thereat he cried out, praying me to have mercy on him, and tried to rise, going near to capsize the boat.
WULFRIC THE WEAPON THANECHARLES W. WHISTLER
By this precaution we had been saved the capsize over the bank, which otherwise would inevitably have been our fate.
If the boat capsize it is at once righted, bailed out, and the voyage resumed, and seldom is any part of the cargo lost.

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