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See definition of portaged on Dictionary.com
  • as incarry
  • as intote

synonyms for portaged

  • bear
  • bring
  • ferry
  • give
  • haul
  • hoist
  • import
  • lift
  • lug
  • move
  • pack
  • remove
  • take
  • tote
  • transfer
  • transmit
  • backpack
  • cart
  • channel
  • conduct
  • convey
  • convoy
  • displace
  • fetch
  • freight
  • funnel
  • heft
  • pipe
  • portage
  • relay
  • relocate
  • shift
  • shoulder
  • sustain
  • transplant
  • truck
  • waft
  • schlepp
  • traject
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antonyms for portaged

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  • avoid
  • dodge
  • drop
  • fix
  • hold
  • keep
  • lower
  • maintain
  • receive
  • refuse
  • remain
  • shun
  • stay
  • stop
  • leave
  • fail
  • lose
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How to use portaged in a sentence

This train took me and my men on and stopped at Gemai where we found several boats which had been portaged on cars.
OUR CAUGHNAWAGAS IN EGYPTLOUIS JACKSON
The bulk of the provisions and the heavier outfit for the trails, made up into easily portaged packs, were stowed in the boat.
THE GAUNT GRAY WOLFDILLON WALLACE
One or two short caons they portaged, dragging the heavy dugout through the brush by main strength.
NORTH OF FIFTY-THREEBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
In places timber-falls blocked the passage of the narrow stream, and the boats and canoes were portaged around.
ADVENTUREJACK LONDON
Here it was necessary that both boats should be unloaded and the entire outfit be portaged to the far end of the island.
ON THE EDGE OF THE ARCTICHARRY LINCOLN SAYLER
These we approached with the greatest care, and portaged around the worst places.
THE LONG LABRADOR TRAILDILLON WALLACE
Then, if necessary, some or all of the cargo is taken out and portaged to the next 'steady' in the river.
ALL AFLOATWILLIAM WOOD
In a few loads each, the stuff was portaged across, and the canoe was carried over and moored to the bank.
ROLF IN THE WOODSERNEST THOMPSON SETON
There are no rapids on important rivers in temperate America that have not been portaged more or less for ages.
ROLF IN THE WOODSERNEST THOMPSON SETON
We had portaged through a valley and over a low ridge to the shores of a pond, out of which a small stream ran to the southeast.
THE LONG LABRADOR TRAILDILLON WALLACE
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