|rame englanniksi||ream fr, paddle fr, rame en, swamp fi, oar fr, rake fr, slough fi|
*: a huge pewter measuring pot which, in the language of the hostess, reamed with excellent claret
: I cant go – I still have reams of work left.
: We had a nice paddle this morning.
: The paddle practically ousted the British cane as the spankers attribute in the independent US
: A sea turtles paddles make it swim almost as fast as land tortoises are slow
*: as the men were paddling for their lives
*: while paddling ducks the standing lake desire
*: Daytimes we paddled all over the island in the canoe...
*: to be paddling palms and pinching fingers.
: The boat was swamped in the storm.
: I have been swamped with paperwork ever since they started using the new system.
*: Mr. Spitzer’s defeat of his Democratic opponent ... ended a primary season in which Hillary Rodham Clinton swamped an antiwar challenger for renomination to the Senate.
*: The Whig majority of the house of Lords was swamped by the creation of twelve Tory peers.
*: Having swamped himself in following the ignis fatuus of a theory...
: He is a good oar.
*: Turning the long tables upside down — and there were twelve of them — they seated themselves, one behind another, within the upturned table tops as though they were boats and were about to oar their way into some fabulous ocean.
*: Orion hit a rabbit once; but though sore wounded it got to the bury, and, struggling in, the arrow caught the side of the hole and was drawn out.nb.... Ikey the blacksmith had forged us a spearhead after a sketch from a picture of a Greek warrior; and a rake-handle served as a shaft.
: ux|en|Jim has had a rake of trouble with his new car.
: ux|en|The train was formed of a locomotive and a rake of six coaches.
: We raked all the leaves into a pile
: Detectives appeared, roped the curious people out of the grounds, and raked the place for clews. -- Captain John Blaine
*: raking in Chaucer for antiquated words
*: The statesman rakes the town to find a plot.
: the enemy machine guns raked the roadway
: Her sharp fingernails raked the side of my face.
*: like clouds that rake the mountain summits
: The casino is just raking in the cash; its like a license to print money.
*: Pas could not stay, but over him did rake.
: A mast rakes aft.
*: The Spectator
*:: We now have rakes in the habit of Roman senators, and grave politicians in the dress of Rakes. — the Spectator
: a sheep-raik = a sheep-walk
: That is the slough of a rattler; we must be careful.
: This is the slough that came off of his skin after the burn.
: This skin is being sloughed.
: A week after he was burned, a layer of skin on his arm sloughed off.
*: The mud sloughed off her palms easily ...
: East sloughed a heart.
: We paddled under a canopy of trees through the slough.
: The [[w:Sacramento River Delta|Sacramento River Delta]] contains dozens of sloughs that are often used for water-skiing and fishing.
: John is in a slough.
: Potholes or sloughs formed by a glacier’s retreat from the central plains of North America, are now known to be some of the world’s most productive ecosystems.