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Synonyms for paddle

oar

row

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wade

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Synonyms for paddle

small wooden bat with a flat surface

a blade of a paddle wheel or water wheel

an instrument of punishment consisting of a flat board

a short light oar used without an oarlock to propel a canoe or small boat

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propel with a paddle

play in or as if in water, as of small children

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swim like a dog in shallow water

walk unsteadily

give a spanking to

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stir with a paddle

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Tony Bain paddled 55 miles around the island, starting from Menai Bridge at 5.
The most common difference is that competition kayaks are always seated and paddled with a double-bladed paddle, and competition canoes are generally kneeled and paddled with a single-bladed paddle.
Ahmad Farhat, an amateur athlete and first-time competitor, paddled the 5 km course from Ramlet al-Baida to the Raouche Pigeon Rocks in 37 minutes and 13 seconds to nab first place.
Paddle Bahrain witnessed many teams compete in a tough endurance race where they paddled around Bahrain, a total distance of more than 165km, in three days.
Tyler Anastopoulos, a 17-year-old student in Wichita Falls said he has been consistently paddled by school officials.
A canoe is paddled by a single-bladed paddle with the paddler kneeling in the boat.
In May 2004, three persons aged 19 years paddled in a canoe to an island on a lake.
After we'd paddled past overhead, they'd have that enchanting underwater world to themselves once more.
Sebastian paddled hard, and I had no choice but to match his strokes.
Fortier, of Portland, was celebrating the fact that she had just paddled 18 miles on the Willamette River without capsizing - a fate she'd been unable to avoid during earlier practice outings on the Sandy and Clackamas rivers.
We laughed a lot, fell in the water when my dog jumped ship onto a little spit of sand, paddled past a cow lazily drinking, and finally paused for lunch along a smooth stretch of rock where the trees hung over us like awnings.
While Jill tried to warm the child as best she could, Ed paddled with the waves, aiming for the crowd on shore.
After a brief orientation and safety talk, we slid our kayaks into the lake and paddled south along the shoreline, past car-size boulders, forests of fir and sugar pine, and a pair of ospreys nesting atop a huge snag.
She only paddled me because I don't say those prayers.
Biarritz, France: Ever since the first surfers paddled out in Biarritz in the 1950s, this former whaling town on the Bay of Biscay has increasingly grown in popularity to become the surfing capital of Europe.