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  • n. One who travels by canoe.


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canoe +‎ -er


  • Among his favorite locales: Maine's Millinocket Lake, which he calls a canoer's and hiker's paradise, though he travels there to fish for large brook trout and rare landlocked salmon.

    Fifteen Lakes Worth A Visit

  • You knew you didn't know, but your ex broke so many safety rules I'd expect an experienced canoer to know that it makes me cringe.


  • "I came with 15 different kinds of eye drops, and I've tried them all," Canadian canoer David Ford says. - White-water waves earn raves

  • He was the advertising man by day, the poet by night, the archer and canoer and tennis player on the weekends.

    Summer of Deliverance

  • Polish sprint canoer Adam Seroczyński was disqualified for taking this drug after finished fourth in the K-2 1000 m event at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.

    Army Rumour Service

  • I was a sprint canoer, or what is sometimes referred to as a "flatwater racer".

  • The best-known of several torchbearers scheduled on Tuesday to carry the flame through Kahnawake is Alwyn Morris - the Mohawk sprint canoer who won gold and bronze medals at the Top Stories

  • If a canoer falls in the water they need to keep the boat downstream from their position to avoid Crooker's fate, she said.

    Lowell Sun Forum


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