Definition of Kayaks

1. Noun. (plural of kayak) ¹



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Definition of Kayaks

1. kayak [v] - See also: kayak

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kayaks

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kawasaki disease
kawazugake
kawazulite
kawed
kawing
kawn
kawns
kaws
kayak
kayaked
kayaker
kayakers
kayaking
kayakings
kayaks (current term)
kayfabe
kayko
kayle
kayles
kaylied
kaymak
kaymakam
kaymakams
kayo
kayoed
kayoes
kayoing
kayoings
kayos

Literary usage of Kayaks

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1. Farthest North: Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship by Fridtjof Nansen, Otto Neumann Sverdrup (1898)
"I cannot conceive that anything now can prevent us from soon reaching REPAIRING THE kayaks land. It can hardly be long now before we meet with lanes and ..."

2. Two Women in the Klondike: The Story of a Journey to the Gold-fields of Alaska by Mary Evelyn Hitchcock (1899)
"On returning to the St. Paul, we photographed four natives in their kayaks, which they handle in the most marvellous manner. Our passengers, who try them ..."

3. In Search of a Polar Continent, 1905-1907 by Alfred H. Harrison (1908)
"... —A warrior race—Chasing the white whale in kayaks— Fairs at Barter Island—Driftwood dwelling-houses—Subterranean passages—Fish-skin windows—Whale-oil ..."

4. Finding the North Pole: Dr. Cook's Own Story of His Discovery, April 21 by Charles Morris (1909)
"On May 19, 1896, they bade adieu to their winter camp, having packed everything on the kayaks, which they fastened together for convenience and stability. ..."

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