from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having oars.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of oar., rowed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Furnished with oars; -- chiefly used in composition.
- adj. Having feet adapted for swimming.
- adj. Totipalmate; -- said of the feet of certain birds. See Illust. of Aves.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Furnished with oars: used in composition: as, a four-oared boat.
- In zoology: Oar-footed: as, the oared shrew, Sorex remifer, a common aquatic shrew of Europe.
- Specifically, copepod or copelate.
- Totipalmate or steganopodous, as a bird's foot.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
It was the last battle at sea between "oared" ships, which featured the most powerful navy in the world, a Moslem force with between 12,000 to 15,000 Christian slaves as rowers.
Japanese style, for both oars and sails, and are more capacious and better suited for carrying food than any other kind of oared vessel.
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I was held about six and a half weeks (was the only caucasian) and when they moved me they ran into one of oared watch teams.
There, within a remarkably short span, they built the sloop Saratoga (eight long guns, eighteen carronades), the Ticonderoga (twelve long guns, five carronades), and the Eagle (eight long guns, twelve carronades) and rehabilitated ten gunboats (oared ships with one gun each).
Well, really, any kind of naval warfare with big, lumbering oared ships.
Suddenly, and contrary to all expectations three, three-oared galleys, laden with supplies landed at the city through the midst of the enemy.
She continually grows in her own professional development while providing in-service to teachers and teacher-librarians, focusing on the development of students who = oared independent information consumers as well as information producers forth 21st century.
I WAS OLIVIA, and I sat in a rowboat oared by Sage along the Tiber River.
A five-oared whaler – a large rowboat – was lowered by hand from the Bulldog and nine men were sent to take the sub.
Fifteen miles or more to the western end at Abermenai, but the smaller shallow-draught ships, oared by twenty rowers, could cover that distance rapidly.