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  • n. Plural form of paddleboat.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Elaine was dimly aware of the sound of her flats on the Seville sidewalk, of the paddleboats on the river to her right, but they were the memories—her reality was ten years ago, written on her arms in bruises, solid in the banister she clung to on that night and other nights that were the same.

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  • JULIE ROVNER: Dan Thystrup makes paddleboats at his small company in North Webster, Indiana.

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  • Wang Chengyun/Xinhua/Zuma Press Tourists took paddleboats out on the water to enjoy a different view of the cherry blossoms Saturday.

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  • In the meantime, could we please have a foot ferry, paddleboats, kayaks, or something?

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  • Birgh shop has 37 paddleboats total, along with another 40 vessels, ranging from kayaks to paddlebikes.

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  • The crowd had thinned and all the paddleboats were docked.

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  • The Jefferson Memorial stood at the edge of the water, its white marble dome and Ionic columns contrasting with the purple dragon-shaped paddleboats dotting the water in front of the monument.

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  • The river at this time is filled with paddleboats.

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  • The most modern were large car-carrying boats, which looked a bit like Mississippi River paddleboats, bringing hundreds of vehicles made at the Chang'An factory in Chongqing downriver to the coast.

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  • After that we tried going out on the lake in the paddleboats they have at the zoo, but it was just too hot, particularly with the life-preserver around our necks.

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