Skill in swimming and propelling oneself through the water.

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  • Watermanship — Wa ter*man*ship , n. 1. The business or skill of a waterman. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] 2. Art of, or skill in, rowing; oarsmanship; specif., skill in managing the blade in the water, as distinguished from managing arms, body, etc., in the stroke.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • watermanship — noun Date: 1882 the business, skill, or art of a waterman: as a. technique or expertness in rowing b. technique or expertness in swimming …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • watermanship — /waw teuhr meuhn ship , wot euhr /, n. 1. the skill, duties, business, etc., of a waterman. 2. skill in rowing or boating. [1880 85; WATERMAN + SHIP] * * * …   Universalium

  • watermanship — n. art or skill of a waterman; skill in boating or rowing …   English contemporary dictionary

  • watermanship — wa·ter·man·ship …   English syllables

  • watermanship — /ˈwɔtəmənʃɪp/ (say wawtuhmuhnship) noun 1. the function of a waterman. 2. skill in rowing, etc …   Australian English dictionary

  • watermanship — nˌship noun : the business, skill, or art of a waterman: as a. : expertness or technique in the handling of a boat and especially in rowing; often : skill in managing an oar in water as distinguished from techniques (as of handling the body)… …   Useful english dictionary

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