Origin of pirogue
Words nearby pirogue
How to use pirogue in a sentence
She had one of her own to tell, of a woman who paddled away with her lover one night in a pirogue and never came back.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories|Kate Chopin
He had but one pirogue, in which were his wife and children.Celebrated Travels and Travellers|Jules Verne
The dusk of evening was now upon us, so we hurriedly pushed our pirogue-raft into the water and climbed aboard.Lost Pond|Henry Abbott
When the pirogue grounded, the Indian was out like a cat, to vanish phantom-wise among the trees.
In a flash he jerked me flat between his knees and sent the pirogue with a mighty thrust beyond the zone of fire light.