- n. a canoe made by hollowing out and shaping a large log
“Brother Jimmy-Joe Billy-Bob brought the Word to the New Yorkers on the eve of Christmas Eve, paddling his long dugout canoe east up the Forty-second Street Confluence and then north, against the tide, up Fifth Avenue, past the point where the roof of the Public Library glowed greenly under the surface of the darkening waters.”
“We cast off from the Wakua dock and, having made a wide turn, motor back down the channel for a couple of miles, with Peter aboard and his dugout canoe towed on a painter behind us.”
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