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- n. One who paddles; especially, a person who propels a canoe or kayak by the action of paddling.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, paddles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which paddles or uses a paddle; hence, one who acts in a purposeless way, as a child paddles in the water.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone paddling a canoe
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The sea at low tide recedes almost beyond the reach of the ordinary paddler, which is as it should be except for those that would swim.
Sam perceived that the paddler was the aged hunchback who had once visited the camp at Nine-Mile Point across the lake.
Luckily the night was as dark as ever, and all we saw of the paddler was a white shirt fluttering as it passed.
"This one has attracted a different kind of paddler," Long said.
Eric Jackson the owner of the Jackson kayak can convert a cynic to believer in kayaking by just parting one lesson to the paddler.
Chuck Patterson, a professional "stand-up paddler" for Hobie stuck a camera to a pole and shot some incredible video earlier this week.
Chuck Patterson, a professional "stand-up paddler" for ...
It was just my ego telling me I was the better paddler and it was my canoe.
The interval between each wave was barely long enough: a fast paddler could just get across between the avalanches of whitewater.
"Before paddling, it was just breast cancer and being alone," said paddler Karen Lynch.