rowing[ roh ]SEE DEFINITION OF rowing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROWING
Driving, swimming, rowing, and other manly sports should be favored.
Four were rowing with all their power, a fifth sat in the bow and the other in the stern.
Usually he sat, when he was rowing, so that he might keep his face towards her.
She was rowing with all her might, and gazing fearfully over her shoulder.
Its earliest form, conducted on a considerable scale, was rowing.
Rowing is now a form of athletics at every college where facilities permit.
Kalliope rowed easily and was well content to go on rowing all day.
Let it be what you will, or of where and whom you please, so that it last while we are rowing homeward.
Rowing away all alone, too, and my aunt is waving her handkerchief in farewell.
By this time the wind was a gale, and he knew it was driving him astern, despite his rowing.