Usage examples for canoe

  1. There was a canoe at the mouth of the cave, beyond which lay water. – Allan and the Holy Flower by H. Rider Haggard
  2. I want him to be ready when I come back with the canoe. – Allan and the Holy Flower by H. Rider Haggard
  3. The canoe is yours. – One Day's Courtship The Heralds Of Fame by Robert Barr
  4. Sometimes they only accomplished three miles a day, having to carry all their goods and their canoe. – Pioneers in Canada by Sir Harry Johnston
  5. This Indian finding his boat gone, pursued the boys in his canoe, overtook them, took his boat away from them, and left them alone to their fate on an island. – Missionary Work Among The Ojebway Indians by Edward Francis Wilson
  6. He was sick of the canoe and of Barney Morony. – An Eye for an Eye by Anthony Trollope
  7. So did their passengers, and well it was that the canoe had been stopped. – Gold Seekers of '49 by Edwin L. Sabin
  8. " I'm staying here to hang on to the canoe," he said. – The Greater Power by Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton
  9. A passenger who was bound not to be left had dived overboard, after the canoe. – Gold Seekers of '49 by Edwin L. Sabin
  10. Menard paused to look over his canoe. – The Road to Frontenac by Samuel Merwin
  11. " Thought you were going in a canoe," said his sister. – The Come Back by Carolyn Wells
  12. " Why, I guess I've made a mistake," he cried; " it's a tub, not a canoe!" – Puss Junior and Robinson Crusoe by David Cory
  13. Val fastened the canoe beside it. – Ralestone Luck by Andre Norton
  14. After careful consideration, Martin determined to fashion a canoe out of one of the trees standing near the shore of the lake. – If Any Man Sin by H. A. Cody
  15. The boat passed through the surf in safety; then one canoe followed, then another. – In the Wilds of Africa by W.H.G. Kingston
  16. Have you any more in the big canoe? – White Fire by John Oxenham
  17. One day, soon after the lake opened, Muxbee asked Waboose to go with him in a canoe to the valley at the head of lake Wichikagan. – The Big Otter by R.M. Ballantyne
  18. The girls helped Bet to drag the canoe out of the boat house and to the edge of the water. – The Merriweather Girls and the Mystery of the Queen's Fan by Lizette M. Edholm
  19. The breed could not recall where the rock had come from, save that he had chucked it into his canoe some place up north. – The Snow-Burner by Henry Oyen
  20. " Look under canoe," said Oonamoo. – The Riflemen of the Miami by Edward S. Ellis