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synonyms for kayaks

  • kayak
  • outrigger
  • coracle
  • dugout
  • pirogue
  • piragua
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How to use kayaks in a sentence

Six of them immediately dropped into their kayaks and set off after him.
LEFT ON LABRADORCHARLES ASBURY STEPHENS
Like the kayaks, it was covered with seal-skin; or perhaps it might have been the hide of the walrus.
LEFT ON LABRADORCHARLES ASBURY STEPHENS
But they had nothing with them to trade off to us, save their kayaks, paddles, and harpoons.
LEFT ON LABRADORCHARLES ASBURY STEPHENS
Knock their old kayaks to pieces: that frightens them worst of any thing.
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We danced, we capered, at the risk of our necks, among the slippery kayaks.
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He showed them how to make kayaks by stretching green hides over a framework of ribs, and letting the hides dry.
A TREASURY OF ESKIMO TALESCLARA KERN BAYLISS
In the afternoon preparations were made to abandon the ship, the sleighs and kayaks being placed ready on deck.
FRIDTJOF NANSENJACOB B. BULL
After twenty-four hours it closed once more, and they had to drag the kayaks on the sleigh overland.
FRIDTJOF NANSENJACOB B. BULL
So it was arranged that Johansen should stay there to see to the kayaks, while Nansen set out on this expedition.
FRIDTJOF NANSENJACOB B. BULL
On the 22d, as they were rowing the kayaks over some open water, they were fortunate enough to shoot a large seal.
FRIDTJOF NANSENJACOB B. BULL
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