from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A series of objects placed next to each other, usually in a straight line.
- n. A succession without a break or gap in time: won the title for three years in a row.
- n. A line of adjacent seats, as in a theater, auditorium, or classroom.
- n. A continuous line of buildings along a street.
- transitive v. To place in a row.
- idiom a tough row to hoe Informal A difficult situation to endure.
- intransitive v. Nautical To propel a boat with or as if with oars.
- transitive v. Nautical To propel (a boat) with or as if with oars.
- transitive v. Nautical To carry in or on a boat propelled by oars.
- transitive v. Nautical To use (a specified number of oars or people deploying them).
- transitive v. To propel or convey in a manner resembling rowing of a boat.
- transitive v. Sports To pull (an oar) as part of a racing crew.
- transitive v. Sports To race against by rowing.
- n. The act or an instance of rowing.
- n. A shift at the oars of a boat.
- n. Nautical A trip or an excursion in a rowboat.
- n. A boisterous disturbance or quarrel; a brawl. See Synonyms at brawl.
- n. An uproar; a great noise.
- intransitive v. To take part in a quarrel, brawl, or uproar.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A line of objects, often regularly spaced, such as seats in a theatre, vegetable plants in a garden etc.
- n. A line of entries in a table, etc., going from left to right, as opposed to a column going from top to bottom
- n. An exercise performed with a pulling motion of the arms towards the back.
- v. To propel (a boat or other craft) over water using oars.
- n. A noisy argument.
- n. A continual loud noise.
- v. to argue noisily
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Rough; stern; angry.
- n. A noisy, turbulent quarrel or disturbance; a brawl.
- n. A series of persons or things arranged in a continued line; a line; a rank; a file.
- n. The act of rowing; excursion in a rowboat.
- intransitive v. To use the oar.
- intransitive v. To be moved by oars.
- transitive v. To propel with oars, as a boat or vessel, along the surface of water.
- transitive v. To transport in a boat propelled with oars.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To impel (a boat) along the surface of water by means of oars.
- To transport by rowing: as, to row one across a stream.
- To labor with the oar; use oars in propelling a boat through the water; be transported in a boat propelled by oars.
- To be moved by means of oars: as, the boat rows easily.
- To go through the motions of rowing in a boat swung at the davits of a ship, as a sailor in punishment for some offense connected with boats or rowing. The forced exercise is called a dry row. [Colloq. in both uses.]
- To arrange in a line; set or stud with a number of things ranged in a row or line.
- To injure by rough and wild treatment: as, to row a college room (that is, to damage the furniture in wild behavior).
- To scold; abuse; upbraid roughly or noisily.
- To behave in a wild and riotous way; engage in a noisy dispute, affray, or the like.
- A Scotch form of roll.
- An obsolete or dialectal form of rough.
- n. An act of rowing; also, an excursion taken in a rowboat.
- n. A series of things in a line, especially a straight line; a ra˙nk; a file: as, a row of houses or of trees; rows of benches or of figures; the people stood in rows; to plant corn in rows.
- n. . A line of writing.
- n. . A streak, as of blood. Compare rowy.
- n. A hedge.
- n. A continuous course or extent; a long passage.
- n. A line of houses in a town, standing contiguously or near together; especially, such a line of houses nearly or quite alike, or forming an architectural whole: sometimes used as part of the name of a short street, or section of a street, from one corner to the next.
- n. In organ-building, same as bank, 7, or keyboard.
- n. A noisy disturbance; a riot; a contest; a riotous noise or outbreak; any disorderly or disturbing affray, brawl. hubbub. or clatter: a colloquial word of wide application.
- n. Synonyms Uproar, tumult, commotion, broil, affray.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an angry dispute
- n. (construction) a layer of masonry
- n. a linear array of numbers, letters, or symbols side by side
- n. a long continuous strip (usually running horizontally)
- n. an arrangement of objects or people side by side in a line
- v. propel with oars
- n. a continuous chronological succession without an interruption
- n. the act of rowing as a sport
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Sustaining the loss of Pavel Datsyuk, Nick Lidstrom and Jonathon Ericsson and still beating the Blackhawks twice in a row is a feat that few NHL teams could match.
At the end of the row is a sign that says "No Vehicle Parking."