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verb as in move boat with paddle

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verb as in argue, fight

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She also wanted to give me a gift — I was 33 when I filmed Aileen on death row — and believed that the interview would sell for millions of dollars.

From Ozy

The company says it ended Q3 2020 with a GAAP profit of $331 million, the fifth profitable quarter in a row for the US automaker.

Nearly 900,000 Americans applied for first-time unemployment benefits last week, the Labor Department announced, the highest number since mid-August and the second weekly increase in a row.

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The situation is different for vertical farms, which use LED lamps because each row of plants blocks sunlight to the one below.

Across the street from the restaurant are six parking spots, lined up in a row.

For years, Mooney rowed around Long Island promoting HIV/AIDS awareness.

Odysseus ordered his men to stuff their ears with beeswax as they rowed by.

The Rio Grande split into two channels, and we rowed to port and took the American side.

That the weather being calm, he rowed round me several times, observed my windows and wire-lattices that defenced them.

They gardened, they drove out, they rowed and sailed upon the lake, but they declined all acquaintances.

As he rowed back to the town, it seemed to him that he was quite a different Jacob Worse to the one who had rowed from it.

By the time of our return the tide had already risen several feet and we were rowed to the mainland in a boat.

His zeal cooled, and he conjured up a thousand difficulties as they rowed across the bay.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rowed, such as: swim, sail, paddle, pull, scud, and drag.

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