verb (used without object), ca·noed, ca·noe·ing.
verb (used with object), ca·noed, ca·noe·ing.
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Idioms for 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
Example sentences from the Web for canoe
There is no merit badge yet for Dragon Boat racing, although there is one for canoeing.
But as thoughts vary so much in individuals, and have but an indirect bearing on canoeing, I will proceed without them.Pony Tracks|Frederic Remington
Coming over made me dream of canoeing with you in the long evenings over this very bay.In the Van; or, The Builders|John Price-Brown
Ned looked forward to the trip with the keen delight of one who had already tasted the joys of canoeing.Canoe Boys and Campfires|William Murray Graydon
British Dictionary definitions for canoe
verb -noes, -noeing or -noed
Derived forms of canoecanoeing, nouncanoeist, noun
Word Origin for canoe
Idioms and Phrases with canoe
see paddle one's own canoe.