oar meaning

[ ɔ:, ɔə ] Pronunciation:   "oar" in a sentence
  • Noun: oar  or
    1. An implement used to propel or steer a boat
    Verb: oar  or
    1. Propel (a boat) using oars

    Sounds like: awe, or, ore

    Derived forms: oared, oars, oaring

    Type of: implement

    Encyclopedia: Oar

  • [Defence]
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  1. sometimes an oar is used to steer a boat.
  2. the seamen draw in their oars and hoist their sails.
  3. they outed oars and pulled hard.
  4. the long oars are dipped into the water.
  5. the boat gave a bound forward at every pull of the oars.

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