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Rower vs. Oarsman — What's the Difference?

Rower vs. Oarsman — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Rower and Oarsman

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Rower

To use an oar or pair of oars in propelling a boat, typically by facing the stern and pulling the oar handle toward oneself, using an oarlock as a fulcrum to push the blade backward through the water repeatedly.

Oarsman

A man who rows, especially an expert in rowing; a rower.

Rower

To propel (a boat) with oars.

Oarsman

A person who rows a boat, either alone or with others.

Rower

To carry in or on a boat propelled by oars.
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Oarsman

One who uses, or is skilled in the use of, an oar; a rower.
At the prow of the boat, rose one of the oarsmen.

Rower

To use (a specified number of oars or people deploying them).

Oarsman

Someone who rows a boat

Rower

To propel or convey in a manner resembling rowing of a boat.

Rower

To pull (an oar) as part of a racing crew.

Rower

To race against by rowing.

Rower

The act or an instance of rowing.

Rower

A shift at the oars of a boat.

Rower

A trip or an excursion in a rowboat.

Rower

One who rows.

Rower

A rowing machine.

Rower

One who rows with an oar.

Rower

Someone who rows a boat

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