oarsmanship

IPA: ˈɔrzmʌnʃɪp

noun

  • The skill of rowing a boat.

Examples of "oarsmanship" in Sentences

  • There is hardly any pleasure like good oarsmanship.
  • Ruth displayed her oarsmanship to better advantage, for the oars were lighter.
  • He chaffed us about our oarsmanship in the lifeboats, saying the appearance of our oars wildly waving reminded him of the sails of a windmill.
  • This oiler, by a series of quick miracles, and fast and steady oarsmanship, turned the boat in the middle of the surf and took her safely to sea again.
  • The groom and his men friends, being in frolicsome humour and knowing nothing whatever of oarsmanship, were playing great pranks to make the women scream at their daring.
  • At this point he became aware of another boat making down on him, manned by three juniors, who were making up in noise and splashing what they lacked in style and oarsmanship.
  • She was well able to estimate the distance, and could appreciate such a feat of oarsmanship, and, entirely forgetting her pain and that she was alone, she turned round as if to a crowd of spectators, and pointing at the boats she said, with sparkling eyes,
  • You said that was an amply sufficient qualification, and that no aquatic reporter who respected himself and his readers, had ever so far degraded himself as to row in a boat and to place his body in any of the absurd positions which modern oarsmanship demands.

Related Links

syllables in oarsmanshipsynonyms for oarsmanshiprhymes for oarsmanshipdescribing words for oarsmanshipunscramble oarsmanship

Workbooks

Advertisement
Advertisement
#AaBbCcDdEeFfGgHhIiJjKkLlMmNnOoPpQqRrSsTtUuVvWwXxYyZz

© 2024 Copyright: WordPapa