Definition of Rowlocks

1. Noun. (plural of rowlock) ¹



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Definition of Rowlocks

1. rowlock [n] - See also: rowlock

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rowlocks

rowens
rower
rowers
rowhouse
rowhouses
rowing
rowing boat
rowing boats
rowing club
rowing machine
rowing machines
rowings
rowling
rowlock
rowlock arch
rowlocks (current term)
rowme
rowmes
rownd
rownded
rowndell
rowndells
rownding
rownds
rowpit
rowport
rowports
rows
rowt
rowted

Literary usage of Rowlocks

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

1. History of the Life-boat, and Its Work by Richard Lewis (1874)
"QUALITIES REQUIRED IN OARS FOR LIFE-BOATS—LIGHTNESS, STIFFNESS, STRENGTH, LENGTH—HEIGHT OF rowlocks—DRAWINGS AND DESCRIPTION OF SWIVEL ROWING CRUTCHES USED ..."

2. Alfred Tennyson by Arthur Christopher Benson (1907)
"... but by the more irregular and natural beat of homely things, the ticking of clocks, the thud of oars in rowlocks, the clang and clink of hammers, ..."

3. Alfred Tennyson by Arthur Christopher Benson (1907)
"... but by the more irregular and natural beat of homely things, the ticking of clocks, the thud of oars in rowlocks, the clang and clink of hammers, ..."

4. The Clerks' and Conveyancers' Assistant: A Collection of Forms of by Benjamin Vaughan Abbott, Austin Abbott, Clarence Frank Birdseye (1899)
"The party of the second part agrees to pay to the said party of the first part for each pair of such improved rowlocks which he shall manufacture, ..."

5. Hunt's Yachting Magazine (1859)
"That it is desirable that in the case of all light boats strings be placed across the rowlocks before they go on the river. " 7. That it is desirable that ..."

6. History of the Life-boat, and Its Work by Richard Lewis (1874)
"QUALITIES REQUIRED IN OARS FOR LIFE-BOATS—LIGHTNESS, STIFFNESS, STRENGTH, LENGTH—HEIGHT OF rowlocks—DRAWINGS AND DESCRIPTION OF SWIVEL ROWING CRUTCHES USED ..."

7. Alfred Tennyson by Arthur Christopher Benson (1907)
"... but by the more irregular and natural beat of homely things, the ticking of clocks, the thud of oars in rowlocks, the clang and clink of hammers, ..."

8. Alfred Tennyson by Arthur Christopher Benson (1907)
"... but by the more irregular and natural beat of homely things, the ticking of clocks, the thud of oars in rowlocks, the clang and clink of hammers, ..."

9. The Clerks' and Conveyancers' Assistant: A Collection of Forms of by Benjamin Vaughan Abbott, Austin Abbott, Clarence Frank Birdseye (1899)
"The party of the second part agrees to pay to the said party of the first part for each pair of such improved rowlocks which he shall manufacture, ..."

10. Hunt's Yachting Magazine (1859)
"That it is desirable that in the case of all light boats strings be placed across the rowlocks before they go on the river. " 7. That it is desirable that ..."

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