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- adjective Having a
pontoon, or pontoons, attached to it.
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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We pontooned, swam, frolicked, inner tubed, and generally enjoyed one of the most lovely summers in recent memory.
Having thus pontooned the Red Sea, dry land appeared, and the people marched over dry shod.
..very eloquent & even wonderfully tactical revelation, bsnyc/rtms but the bottom line is that anon 2:41pm is spending too much time w/ the ol' psychology texts & not enough time on the bike or pontooned veloship...
..those yellow pontooned 'veloships' remind me of that great deep purple song "spokes...on the water"...
When he came to Napoleon with his blue print plans, he found a common soldier fellow had pontooned 'em all across! "