from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A water sport involving racing in canoes or kayaks.
- v. Present participle of canoe.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or art of using a canoe.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The art or practice of managing a canoe.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I recall canoeing on the Meramac River in Missouri with Nancy's family several years ago.
Then there's the "mad" Pete's tag canoeing trip I'll be on while you're reading this, and the fact that the BLs, after Rich and Davina's party last weekend, are now the undisputed north Cardiff rods champs.
While football still tops the list of sports provided in school, there have been strong increases in canoeing, which is up from 17% of schools offering it in 2003 to 29% in 2010, archery, up from 7% to 27%, and martial arts up from 4% to 15%.
While afternoons at the camp will involve familiar activities such as canoeing and swimming …
Clyde Butcher "canoeing" down the Turner River c Niki Butcher.
At a recent session of an Internet "rest camp," 30 kids spent 2 1/2 days learning the fun of alternative activities, such as canoeing and tomato-picking.
Tells the police officer that he was in some kind of canoeing accident.
Although Deputy Sports Minister Cui Dalin last year told reporters that "gold medals aren't everything," China now has medal prospects in relatively new areas, such as canoeing, tennis, boxing, beach volleyball and synchronized swimming.
'twas mighty nice of Tom and Bob to ask us to spend the summer in Benton with them; but I don't know as canoeing and fishing and that sort of thing will do for us.
Although I kind of think if I'd seen today's Mark Trail before bed I would have had nightmares; I misread "canoeing" as