row over

/ (rəʊ) /

verb(intr, adverb)
  1. to win a rowing race unopposed, by rowing the course

  1. the act of doing this

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How to use row over in a sentence

  • Suppose we row over while Edith goes on her wheel to Mrs. Hansens and telephones to Boonton.

  • Byron stayed at Sécheron, but used often to row over to visit them.

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  • What if it should come calm and you ain't got him talked over and they should take the boat and row over to the mainland?