The oared vessels came to shore, to see what these towns contained; but, finding no people, they sailed on.
Many boats plied to and fro, oared by jolly young watermen who dreamt not of railways and steam-launches.
Cardinal Wolsey's oared galley pushed off from the Tower Bridge, below the iron gateway.
The life–boats are of different sizes—six, eight, ten and twelve–oared.
The boat you must bring to the landing is the twenty-six oared barge, which Malcolm MacLeod builded so well.
And yet no one oared for him, while of course the out-and-out champions of the rival side hated him.
The master-of-camp remained with the oared praus in order to win over all the towns which were desirous of peace.
However, we propose to have the race, and give a purse of twenty–five dollars to the successful boat in a six–oared race.
It begins with those lines, 'And the dead, oared by the dumb, went upward with the flood.
It used to be thought that such animals as this belonged to a different species, to which the name of oared shrew was given.
Old English ar "oar," from Proto-Germanic *airo (cf. Old Norse ar, Danish aare, Swedish åra), of unknown origin; perhaps related to Latin remus "oar," Greek eretes "rower," eretmos "oar."