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A two-handed implement consisting of a shaft with one or two blades attached to the end(s) used to propel a canoe, kayak or a small boat. A paddle is unattached to the boat and freely operated with the hands, compared with an oar which is attached to the boat at a pivot point.
A single-bladed version is typically used on canoes and some other small boats.
A double-bladed version with blades at each end of the shaft is used for kayaking.
The use of a paddle to propel a boat; a session of paddling.
A kitchen utensil shaped like a paddle and used for mixing, beating etc.
A broad, flat spanking implement.
A broad, flat device used in striking the ball, analogous to a racket in tennis.
A flat board with a number of holes or indentations, used to carry small alcoholic drinks such as shots.
2019, Ted Bruning, ''The Bar Owners' Handbook'' (page 111)
- And it really is a paddle, too, with a blade big enough to hold several sampling glasses of different beers (known for some reason as a 'flight') for customers to try. Beer paddles have become very popular in American craft beer bars: (..)
A flat limb of an aquatic animal, adapted for swimming.
In a sluice, a panel that controls the flow of water.
A person's hand.
(alternative form of)
To propel something through water with a paddle, oar, hands, etc.
(RQ:L'Estrange Fables of Aesop)
(RQ:John Gay Shepherd's Wee)
- while paddling ducks the standing lake desire
(RQ:Twain Huckleberry Finn)
To row a boat with less than one's full capacity.
To spank with a paddle.
To pat or stroke amorously or gently.
(RQ:Shakespeare Winter's Tale)
(verb form of)