From a previous thread : Do we
1. A long, thin, usually wooden pole with a blade at one end, used to row or steer a boat.
2. A person who rows a boat, especially in a race.
v. oared, oar·ing, oars
1. To propel with or as if with oars or an oar.
2. To traverse with or as if with oars or an oar: an hour to oar the strait.
To move forward by or as if by rowing: oared strongly across the finish line.
Or do we:
v. rowed, row·ing, rows
To propel a boat with or as if with oars.
a. To propel (a boat) with or as if with oars.
b. To carry in or on a boat propelled by oars.
c. To use (a specified number of oars or people deploying them).
2. To propel or convey in a manner resembling rowing of a boat.
a. To pull (an oar) as part of a racing crew.
b. To race against by rowing.
a. The act or an instance of rowing.
b. A shift at the oars of a boat.
2. A trip or an excursion in a rowboat
Do you Oar Or Row?