Definition of "oarage" [oarage]

  • The oars or other accoutrements that are required for rowing (noun)
  • The motion of the oars, or the parts of the body that move the oars, whilst rowing (noun)
  • The act of using oars; rowing. (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • A sweeping motion that resembles rowing. (noun)
  • Equipment used for rowing. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "oarage" in a sentence
  • "Flying through the depth of air on winged oarage, the fleet messenger alights on the Libyan coasts."
  • "Here, on the first land he retrod, he dedicated his winged oarage to thee, O Phoebus, in the vast temple he built."
  • "Thence he gazes down on the world, staying awhile in that far height [36] the ceaseless oarage of his wings and, poised almost motionless with hovering flight, looks all around him and seeks what prey he shall choose whereon to swoop [37] sudden like a thunderbolt from heaven on high."