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Noun: row  row
  1. An arrangement of objects or people side by side in a line
    "a row of chairs"
  2. A long continuous strip (usually running horizontally)
    "a mackerel sky filled with rows of clouds"; "rows of barbed wire protected the trenches"
  3. (construction) a layer of masonry
    "a row of bricks";
    - course
  4. A linear array of numbers, letters, or symbols side by side
  5. A continuous chronological succession without an interruption
    "they won the championship three years in a row"
  6. An instance of using oars to propel a boat
Verb: row  row
  1. Propel (a boat) with oars
    "row the boat across the lake"
Verb: row[2]  raw
  1. Have a disagreement over something
    - quarrel, dispute, scrap, argufy, altercate
Noun: row[2]  raw
  1. An angry dispute
    - quarrel, wrangle, words, run-in [informal], dustup [informal], dust-up, blue [Austral, NZ, informal], bust-up [informal], slanging match [Brit, informal], ding-dong [Brit, informal], barney [Brit, informal]

Sounds like: rock, rooe, r

Derived forms: rows, rowing, rowed

Type of: argue, array, bed, boat, chronological sequence, chronological succession, conflict, contend, debate, difference, difference of opinion, dispute, fence, layer, line, sequence, strip, succession, successiveness

Part of: table, tabular array, wall

Encyclopedia: Row, Robert