We brainstormed different props to bring out during my set including super soakers, Chinese dragons and … the raft.
Insecurities aside, the women are up front about the fact that being in the spotlight comes with a raft of pressure—and criticism.
It contained a raft of pretty chiffon gowns, but there was certainly nothing outré about them.
But a raft of studies now shows that saturated fat does not increase your likelihood of vascular or heart disease.
A raft of thrillers, sci-fi movies, and sinister dramas followed.
Chuck the man a rope's-end and he'll haul the raft alongside.'
I have seen a raft built of cedar logs and cedar bark ropes in an hour.
What gets me,” said raft, “is how you fell to pieces like that, with all that stuff at your elbow and a river close by.
Paul then signed to the raft and to the reef, as much as to tell the other to withdraw his party.
The idea appealed to the others, but Meredith ordered Dot to go back to the raft.
"floating platform," late 15c., originally "rafter" (c.1300), from a Scandinavian source, cf. Old Norse raptr "log" (Old Norse -pt- pronounced as -ft-), related to Middle Low German rafter, rachter "rafter" (see rafter).
1680s, from raft (n.1). Related: Rafted; rafting.