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How to use flatboat in a sentence

Out in deep water it would sink, and that would be the last ever seen or heard of that flatboat.
MOTOR MATT'S "CENTURY" RUNSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
Only two men got on the flatboat with Charlie when it was ready.
A CONFEDERATE GIRL'S DIARYSARAH MARGAN DAWSON
Shaking his head, the chief of the boatmen made an angry gesture toward the flatboat.
SHAMANROBERT SHEA
As you know, the flatboat kept on down the river till it reached the clearing this morning.
THE PHANTOM OF THE RIVEREDWARD S. ELLIS
There was nothing in the appearance of the flatboat to interest him, nor could he note any change in the looks of the cabin.
THE PHANTOM OF THE RIVEREDWARD S. ELLIS
A few weeks ago the father started east to bring down his family in another flatboat.
THE PHANTOM OF THE RIVEREDWARD S. ELLIS
At a point in a line with the cabin and the flatboat beyond, he came to a halt and glanced at his immediate surroundings.
THE PHANTOM OF THE RIVEREDWARD S. ELLIS
He counts upon securing that canoe which was left with the flatboat, and has hope of finding another near the gulch.
THE PHANTOM OF THE RIVEREDWARD S. ELLIS
He had decided to pay a visit to the flatboat even though time was so urgent.
THE PHANTOM OF THE RIVEREDWARD S. ELLIS
Then he made haste to hoist the anchor, and once more the flatboat resumed its singular voyage up the Ohio.
THE PHANTOM OF THE RIVEREDWARD S. ELLIS

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