Definitions

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  • noun One who travels on the same raft.

Etymologies

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raft +‎ mate

Examples

  • He gave a Mexican raftmate his knife, and the man slashed every predator that passed within reach.

    Left to Die

  • He would go for it, he told a raftmate, twenty-two-year-old Sea2c.

    Left to Die

  • Friend knew his raftmate would bleed to death, but nevertheless vowed to keep him alive as long as possible.

    Left to Die

  • He gave a Mexican raftmate his knife, and the man slashed every predator that passed within reach.

    Left to Die

  • Heyn called to his raftmate, who had been lying on the rim at the other side of the raft.

    Left to Die

  • He would go for it, he told a raftmate, twenty-two-year-old Sea2c.

    Left to Die

  • Heyn called to his raftmate, who had been lying on the rim at the other side of the raft.

    Left to Die

  • Friend knew his raftmate would bleed to death, but nevertheless vowed to keep him alive as long as possible.

    Left to Die

  • Billy, the brave, merry young fellow who was to have been his raftmate?

    Raftmates A Story of the Great River

  • When a raftmate found a pineapple floating in the water, this man, according to Butterfield, “beat the shit outta him” and grabbed the precious fruit for himself.

    Left to Die

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