Idioms about canoe
- to handle one's own affairs; manage independently.
- to mind one's own business.
Origin of canoe
OTHER WORDS FROM canoeca·noe·ist, noun
How to use canoe in a sentence
Even if your adventures become limited to weekend peak bagging or a backcountry canoe trip, you can still take your little ones with you.This Film Will Make You Rethink Every Parental Decision|Ryan Van Bibber|October 26, 2020|Outside Online
So if you’re considering a canoe—either as a rental or your next big gear purchase—here’s how to do it right.
So I started digging around and realized canoes can carry a thousand pounds and are more stable than most people think.
Rent a canoe, hike through rocky forestland, or drive ten minutes to Ninigret National Wildlife Refuge or 15 minutes to Misquamicut State Beach.
You can also rent a canoe to paddle on nearby Harvey’s Lake, meander among the apple trees, or head over to Groton State Forest to hike.
There is no merit badge yet for Dragon Boat racing, although there is one for canoeing.
Nowadays there are too many hotels, and people go canoeing in ironed collars.A Hoosier Chronicle|Meredith Nicholson
Mr. Baden-Powell records a remarkable achievement of 400 miles of canoeing in the Baltic.
It was a perilous journey indeed, and required a knowledge of canoeing, which no Russian prisoner would be likely to have.Condemned as a Nihilist|George Alfred Henty
Five hours canoeing on this summit brought us to Kabamappa's village at the Namakowgon, or sturgeon's dam, where we encamped.
The choice of a craft is always difficult, especially to one who has had little or no experience in canoeing.
British Dictionary definitions for canoe
Derived forms of canoecanoeing, nouncanoeist, noun
Word Origin for canoe
Other Idioms and Phrases with canoe
see paddle one's own canoe.