Definition of Canoeists

1. Noun. (plural of canoeist) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Canoeists

1. canoeist [n] - See also: canoeist

Lexicographical Neighbors of Canoeists

cannulating
cannulation
cannulisation
cannulise
cannulization
cannulize
cannulæ
canny
canoe
canoe birch
canoe cedar
canoeable
canoed
canoeing
canoeist
canoeists
canoelike
canoeman
canoemen
canoer
canoers
canoes
canoing
canola
canola oil
canolas
canon
canon bit
canon bits
canon law

Literary usage of Canoeists

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Camping and Cruising in Florida by James Alexander Henshall (1884)
"Cedar Key.—Sawmills.—Commerce and manufactories.—Cedar pencil mills.—Fish trade.—Cruising on the Gulf coast.—Route for canoeists.—The wonders of Florida. ..."

2. Literary News by L. Pylodet, Augusta Harriet (Garrigue) Leypoldt (1892)
"A frontispiece, from a photograph, shows the gifted trio of canoeists. Mr. Millet's narrative is attractively circumstantial. ..."

3. Out of Doors by Emerson Hough (1915)
"The central body of all the organized canoeists is of course the American Canoe ... In this way canoeists are brought together for many years, and there are ..."

4. Outing; Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction by Poultney Bigelow, James Henry Worman, Ben James Worman, Caspar Whitney, Albert Britt (1884)
"About this time the feelings of canoeists were lacerated by frequent and irreverent allusions to " cockle-shells and pocket- handkerchiefs. ..."

5. Rose-Belford's Canadian Monthly and National Review edited by Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart (1881)
"The voyageurs had come down the Dominion rivers and Lake Champlain, bringing their camp equipage with them, and, in the eyes of canoeists from lower ..."

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