Young McKenzie and another man were sent to find the scow, but in vain.
I saw the man jump out with a rope and try to snub the scow to a tree.
At a few quick orders from Jones and the Don, the Mexicans and the ferry captains crew backed the scow away from the house-boat.
The mass concrete was mixed and placed by the scow plant, shown by Fig. 84.
This time he turned his face toward the scow inhabited by the Orientals.
There was a little window at one end of the scow, but it was too small to escape by.
This was the power plant, and, coupled to the front of it, was a second scow of like width but greater length.
Little by little, as the current caught it, the scow began to slip on faster and faster.
She undid the bar of the door that led to the stern of the scow, but did not dare to expose her person.
He was certain that the scow would be dashed upon the rocks and wrecked.
"large flat-bottomed boat," 1780, from Dutch schouw "a ferry boat, punt," from Middle Dutch scouwe, related to Old English scaldan, Old Saxon scaldan "to push (a boat) from shore."
A large truck (1940s+ Truckers)1
[fr earlier slang, ''hang by the neck'']