Definition of Dugout canoe

1. Noun. A canoe made by hollowing out and shaping a large log.

Exact synonyms: Dugout, Pirogue
Generic synonyms: Canoe



Lexicographical Neighbors of Dugout Canoe

duftite
dufus
dufuses
dug
dug-out
dug out
dug up
dugganite
dugite
dugites
dugnad
dugnads
dugong
dugongs
dugout
dugout canoe (current term)
dugouts
dugs
dugway
dugways
duh
dui
duiker
duikers
duing
duit
duits
duka
duke
duke it out

Literary usage of Dugout canoe

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

1. The Quaker Colonies: A Chronicle of the Proprietors of the Delaware by Sydney George Fisher (1919)
"The Indian dugout canoe was adopted and found faster and better than heavy English rowboats. As the province was almost surrounded by water and was covered ..."

2. Southern Africa: South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe by Bernard Joliat (2000)
"The way to explore the delta at a leisurely pace is aboard a mokoro (dugout canoe) poled by a knowledgeable navigator. Moremi Wildlife Reserve On the ..."

3. Adventure Guide to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands by Peter Krahenbul (2003)
"In fact, you may find yourself spending more time in a dugout canoe than on dry land. If it rains while you are spending time in the Oriente, ..."

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