Noun(1) a flatbottom boat for carrying heavy loads (especially on canals
Verb(1) push one's way(2) transport by barge on a body of water
(1) One of the most moving and unforgettable moments for all who witnessed that sad and highly emotive day of his funeral was to watch the barge carrying him down the mighty River Thames.(2) Seven hitmen barge into an apartment used by a top Indian mafia boss.(3) just barge the other skater off the ball(4) The message from them is that anyone can barge into your home at any time and you must keep quiet, watch and must not protect your property or even yourselves, as Tony Martin did.(5) we can't just barge into a private garden(6) sorry to barge in on your cozy evening(7) This shows the aged and ailing Richelieu slumped against cushions in his barge , towing the boat in which the young and healthy conspirators are being taken to their place of execution.(8) And anyway, he knew better than to barge into my room uninvited.(9) He opens a window onto England's coal-fueled economy at the turn of the century, with vivid descriptions of the mines and the canals that were constructed to barge the coal.(10) you can use this method to barge an opponent(11) They barge into the house and demand money and gold.(12) My job really wasn't to do filing or take phone calls, it was to stand in front of the door if his wife got the idea in her head to turn up and barge into the surgery.(13) Earning their stripes: Home captain Scott Thomson tries to dig the ball out for Dunfermline as Partick Thistle's Jamie Mitchell attempts to barge him out of the way at East End Park yesterday.(14) Each year, thousands of tourist flock to Robertstown to enjoy the natural amenities in the area, with most visitors taking in a trip on the barge along the Grand Canal.(15) But like this horse-riding character, Eggers is not on a pleasure barge .(16) According to the police, the activists allegedly tried to barge into the theatre on Sankey Road.
(1) barge in :: pram i
1. lighter ::
2. canal boat ::
3. wherry ::
4. scow ::
5. push ::
6. shove ::
7. force ::
8. elbow ::
9. shoulder ::
10. jostle ::
11. bulldoze ::
12. muscle ::
Different Formsbarge, barged, barges, barging
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