Antonyms for rowed

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Halbert looked after him, enviously, as he rowed the boat out into the stream.

But they, deaf alike to the song and the sorcery, rowed harder than ever.

Dick turned the oars and rowed cautiously toward the island.

She waved her hand to them apathetically and rowed slowly on.

Then he, too, got into a boat and was rowed away across the calm water to the island.

It would be just lovely to be rowed across the Styx together.

He had not been with us during the day, having just rowed over from somewhere else.

We put off a boat at ten o'clock and rowed straight for the open beach.

They cast their rifles into the sea and rowed unarmed about us.

I rowed over and dropped in for a minute, as you suggested the other day.