Definition of Rafted

1. Verb. (past of raft) ¹



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Definition of Rafted

1. raft [v] - See also: raft

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rafted

raffles
rafflesia
rafflesias
raffling
raffs
rafie
rafies
rafivirumab
rafoxanide
rafsi
raft
raft-up
raft foundation
raftage
rafte
rafted (current term)
rafter
raftered
raftering
rafters
rafting
raftlike
raftman
raftmate
raftmates
raftmen
rafts
raftsman
raftsmen
rafty

Literary usage of Rafted

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1. History of Saginaw County, Michigan by Michael A. Leeson, Damon Clarke (1881)
"are included in the estimate for that stream, although all of them do not properly belong to that stream. The total number of logs rafted out of the Bad ..."

2. The Diary of Matthew Patten of Bedford, N.H.: From Seventeen Hundred Fifty by Matthew Patten (1903)
"... the best he can of them and to pay himself out of it and the afternoon we all went arid rafted John Moors logs at ..."

3. The Diary of Matthew Patten of Bedford, N.H. by Matthew Patten (1903)
"... and 8 pine logs Wallace is to take them down and make the best he can of them and to pay himself out of it and the afternoon we all went and rafted ..."

4. Six Months of a Newfoundland Missionary's Journal, from February to August, 1835 by Edward Wix (1836)
"... and quietly persevered in it, till the spars which had been thrown overboard, were rafted to the shore by the sagacious animals. Friday, 8. ..."

5. Dictionary of Quotations from Ancient and Modern, English and Foreign by James Wood (1893)
"For the love of woman is a shoot, not a seed, and nourishes most vigorously only when in ц rafted on that love which is rooted in the breast of another. ..."

6. Historial and Descriptive Sketches of the Maritime Colonies of British America by John Macgregor (1828)
"annually hauled out of the woods, and rafted to Miramichi. To the northward of these places, and near the passage of ..."

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