What does rowing mean?

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. rowing, rownoun

    the act of rowing as a sport

Wiktionary

  1. rowingnoun

    The action of the verb to row.

  2. rowingnoun

    The action of propelling a boat with oars.

  3. rowingnoun

    The rowing of boats as a competitive sport.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Rowing

    of Row

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of rowing in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of rowing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of rowing in a Sentence

  1. Xu Bijiu:

    It's like ... rowing a boat against the current, we have no other choice but to go forward.

  2. Ben Holbrook:

    Everyone invited to his camp has already been incredibly successful in rowing in some way, i have always thought that Mike’s job is to determine who of the most elite athletes can work together in the most pressure-packed moments to maximize the opportunity to win gold.

  3. Mahe Drysdale:

    The Olympics have always been The Olympics, we believe that our best chance of success is being part of the Rowing Rowing NZ program, whilst also being able to be coached by Dick Tonks.

  4. Mahe Drysdale:

    There's nothing stopping me going and joining a club in Fiji and getting the Fijian Rowing Federation to okay my entry for World Cup... World Cup's just the way the World Cup work, they are open to any athlete that's a member for a club in that country.

  5. Jason Caldwell:

    In order to keep the boat moving 24 hours a day, you're rowing two hours on, two hours off, 24 hours a day throughout the entire crossing so as an individual, you're responsible for rowing 12 hours a day, there was something special on that boat and I will spend the rest of my life failing to describe to others.

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