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noun as in canoe

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Get too close to a whale, he warned, and the song can actually shake the kayak.

Load up your kayak and head inland to the Donnell Pond Public Reserved Land, a 14,000-acre forested reserve about an hour’s drive north of Bar Harbor.

After living in that house for a while, Debra finally said to herself, “You know, that river’s not just to look at,” and rented kayaks, something Barry had never done.

Len also documented the Potomac River, which he explored by kayak, and the treatment plant and sewer system.

A lot of people were zipping around on motorboats they had kept in their driveways, also some kayaks like mine.

Dr. Neal is a spine surgeon who made a trip to heaven while drowning in a kayak accident in South America.

Other new admissions to the dictionary include qayaq—an alternate spelling of kayak—and thongy.

They have a modest second home, somewhere near the mountains where they can hike and bike and kayak and generally enjoy nature.

They include Kayak, an online travel broker, and VKontakte, a social-networking site in Russia.

In this sense, Kayak Morning itself is both an exercise and a product.

We supposed that the paddle and the harpoon went with the kayak.

While we were at breakfast, Weymouth came down to report a kayak coming off.

Kiv-i-ung, who had never abused the boy, had gone out with the rest, but his kayak did not capsize.

He was so frightened that he nearly upset his kayak, but he steadied it and arose to his feet, lifting his spear.

He closed his eyes, the backbone became a kayak, and away he sped over the water.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to kayak, such as: outrigger, coracle, dugout, pirogue, and piragua.

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