verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Examples from the Web for raft
He spent 47 days on a raft and survived only to be captured by the Japanese.
A raft of thrillers, sci-fi movies, and sinister dramas followed.
Complaints about the raft of security measures are dismissed.
Goldman, wisely, does not raise a raft of questions that drown a writer in the answering.
We brainstormed different props to bring out during my set including super soakers, Chinese dragons and … the RAFT.
Hinpoha called again: Please come, Sahwah, we need you to steer the raft.The Camp Fire Girls at Onoway House|Hildegard G. Frey
In order to do this, Barret had to get upon the raft, and he found that it bore him easily as well as the boy.The Eagle Cliff|R.M. Ballantyne
I wanted to make a raft fit to carry on shore a great variety of articles far too large and heavy for our present boat.The Swiss Family Robinson|Johann David Wyss
All saw the danger, and the boldest, even the stout Friar himself, avoided setting foot on the raft.Ivanhoe|Walter Scott
Well, but what's become of the other fellows on the raft—Moncrief, Sedgefield, and the others?The Hero of Garside School|J. Harwood Panting