|paddle wheeler||paddle steamer|
|animal-skin boat, kaiak, lightweight single-person canoe which is propelled by a double-bladed paddle (developed by the Eskimo), sports canoe, travel by kayak||kayak|
|argue noisily, horizontal line; journey in a rowboat; instance of paddling; argument, quarrel; noise, ruckus, line of seats, line of things, loud fight, narrow street between lines of houses, paddle, propel a boat with oars; rebuke, scold, reprimand (B...||row|
|bath, cleanse wound, cover something, dip something in liquid, flow along edge of something, swim or paddle in open water, take a bath, wash, wash oneself in a bath, wash in bath, washing, bathing, immersion (British)||bathe|
|beat person or animal, beating, defeat person or team decisively, paddle with legs, punch, strike; move, sail boat against tide or wind, social party, thrash metal, thresh, toss about||thrash|
|blade of a paddle wheel, carry in a canoe, dabble in water, early input device for video games, flat-bladed stirring tool, flipper, oar; ping-pong racquet; any elongated flat-ended implement used for various actions (i.e. stirring, swatting, spanking);...||paddle|
|boat propelled by paddle wheel||paddleboat|
|boat with rear paddle wheel||stern-wheeler|
|cutting part, dashing man, edge (of a knife); cutting portion of a razor; thin leaf; paddle; bat, racquet; propeller, flat striking part, long thin flat part, part of ice skate, part of tongue, razor blade, stone fragment, sword, swordsman||blade|
|dog paddle||doggy paddle|
|doggy paddle, swim using dog paddle, swimming stroke||dog paddle|
|floating object, flutterboard, irrigate land, live aimlessly, move gracefully, move on liquid, paddle wheel blade, period between deposit and withdrawal, propose plan, rest on surface of liquid, sell shares in company, sell stocks or bonds, soft drink ...||float|
|game with ball, rackets, and net, see also:court tennis paddle tennis, see also:lawn tennis, see also:table tennis, type of ball game played with racquets||tennis|
|have turn at batting, heavy stick or club, hit; strike; blink, wink, hold stated batting average, paddle, strike with bat, wooden club used in baseball and cricket; racquet; heavy stick; (British) paddle||bat|
|light narrow boat propelled by paddles, light narrow pointed boat, travel in a canoe, paddle a canoe, travel in canoe||canoe|
|long pole with a wide flat end that is used to propel a boat, paddle; oar-like implement; oarsman, move a boat through the use of oars, row, pole used to propel boat, somebody rowing, to row||oar|
|paddle steamer, steamship with a paddle wheel||paddle wheeler|
|paddle wheel, with paddle wheels||sidewheel|
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