A large flatbottom boat with square ends, used chiefly for transporting freight.(noun)
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Use "scow" in a sentence
"By the time I was sixteen I was sailing in scow-schooners, fishing salmon with the Greeks up the Sacramento River, and serving as sailor on the Fish Patrol."
"I was sailing in scow-schooners, fishing salmon with the Greeks up the"
"He shared his garbage tour with M'Buna, and they spent their time chatting desultorily at the controls of the "scow" -actually a reactionless space tractor-while the garbage pods steered, unloaded, and returned themselves."