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  • noun Plural form of canoe.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of canoe.


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  • They do not eat one another, but, navigating with certain barks which they call canoes, they bring theꦡir prey from the neighboring islands or🌊 countries inhabited by those who are their enemies, or of a different tribe from their own.

  • Columbus then returned to his ship, accompanied by many of the islanders in their boats, which they called canoes; theseജ simple and undiscerning children of nature having no foresight of the calamities and desolation whichꦬ awaited their country.

  • "I like courage, Miss Lizzie," she said to me; "but this thing of elderly women, with some sort of bug, starting out at night in canoes is too strong for me.

  • In the meantime, as it was our custom always to appear friendly, we went off to her in canoes,🐈 bringing strings of cocoanuts, fowls, and pigs, to trade.

  • Ran across this guy and another one in canoes - they dove right underneath us and disappeared!

  • And not far above the village of the Mukumuks we came upon two of their fighting men in canoes, that fled at the sight of us.

  • On occasion, ten leagues to the north-west, we went in canoes to get iron from the wreck.

  • We who were not killed got away in canoes and paddled out into the lagoon.

  • Other men, crossing back and forth in canoes and skiffs, took no notice.

  • Also, the use of boats, kayaks, and canoes is not allowed.


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