Definition of Paddlers

1. Noun. (plural of paddler) ¹



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Definition of Paddlers

1. paddler [n] - See also: paddler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paddlers

paddleball
paddleboard
paddleboarder
paddleboarders
paddleboards
paddleboat
paddleboats
paddlecock
paddlecocks
paddled
paddlefish
paddlefishes
paddlelike
paddler
paddlers (current term)
paddles
paddlewheel
paddlewheels
paddling
paddling pool
paddling pools
paddlings
paddock
paddocked
paddocking
paddocks
paddy
paddy bird

Literary usage of Paddlers

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1. The Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia: Commercial by Edward Balfour (1885)
"During the time he was at Palembang, seventeen paddlers were carried away by ... On their way, ¡i crocodile raised its head from the water ; the paddlers ..."

2. Africa from South to North Through Marotseland by Alfred St. Hill Gibbons (1904)
"... king's paddlers — Considerable rainfall — Author's good fortune in weather— Lower Zambezi boys as paddlers— A pitiable comparison — The soldier ant—His ..."

3. The Congo Independent State: A Report on a Voyage of Enquiry (1906)
"Two of the tribes I found at war with one another; and at many parts I had practically to drift down the river for want of paddlers, as it was quite ..."

4. Alaska by Edward Henry Harriman, Clinton Hart Merriam (1901)
"When the seal is about due at the surface the paddlers stop and look for him, the hunter holding his gun in readiness to shoot. If the seal appears within ..."

5. Exploring and Travelling Three Thousand Miles Through Brazil from Rio de by James William Wells (1887)
"... paddlers—An alligator and the Piranhas—A Penelope—A lost dinner—A dense bush—An Indian alarm—A noisy night with frogs—Dangers of a sleep on a ..."

6. Tramps Round the Mountains of the Moon and Through the Back Gate of the by T. Broadwood Johnson (1909)
"... crazy canoe : " We can but die "—Superstitious paddlers—Throwing away his charm—On the house-top to escape from elephants—"Don't you know good manners? ..."

7. Great African Travellers: From Mungo Park to Livingstone and Stanley by William Henry Giles Kingston (1874)
"... slavery—Hears of a large river—Cannot obtain a boat—Returns to Ujiji—Sets out to explore a river that falls into the lake—Tricks of the paddlers—Returns ..."

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