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Oared

Oar \Oar\, v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. Oared; p. pr. & vb. n. Oaring.] To row. ``Oared himself.''
--Shak.

Oared with laboring arms.
--Pope.

Oared

Oared \Oared\ ([=o]rd), a.

  1. Furnished with oars; -- chiefly used in composition; as, a four-oared boat.

  2. (Zo["o]l.)

    1. Having feet adapted for swimming.

    2. Totipalmate; -- said of the feet of certain birds. See Illust. of Aves.

      Oared shrew (Zo["o]l.), an aquatic European shrew ( Crossopus ciliatus); -- called also black water shrew.

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oared

  1. Having oars. v

  2. (en-past of: oar), rowed.

Usage examples of "oared".

And with the candles and the wood fires and the ancient stones, it was a blink of the eye to imagine, this misty morning, that he had come unfixed in time, that oared vessels with heraldic sails might appear out of the mist on the end of the lake.

Breasting the whirlwind with impetuous flight, The pinnace, oared by those enchanted wings, Clove the fierce streams towards their upper springs.

A lizard with three heads swam down the stream into the pond, singing multipart harmony as its tail oared from side to side.

And with the candles and the wood fires and the ancient stones, it was a blink of the eye to imagine, this misty morning, that he had come unfixed in time, that oared vessels with heraldic sails might appear out of the mist on the end of the lake.

The transports, all of them merchant sailing vessels, were escorted by two dromons, the oared warships favored by the Roman navy.

Many Honce-the-Bear warships were anchored in the Jacintha harbor, alongside oared craft of an unusual design, which Aydrian figured correctly to be Midalis’ Alpinadoran allies.

Among the oared galleys and small mixed-rig merchant ships, he saw at least two big Merokian three-masted carracks, ships that were almost legends in Cineth.