Peter paddled idly in the water with his fingers
An act of walking with bare feet in shallow water
propel with a paddle; "paddle your own canoe"
small wooden bat with a flat surface; used for hitting balls in various games
a blade of a paddle wheel or water wheel
dabble: play in or as if in water, as of small children
an instrument of punishment consisting of a flat board
swim like a dog in shallow water
A paddle is a tool used for pushing against liquids, either as a form of propulsion in a boat or as an implement for mixing.
A paddle is a game controller with a round wheel and one or more fire buttons, where the wheel is typically used to control movement of the player object along one axis of the video screen. A paddle controller rotates through a fixed arc (usually about 330 degrees); it has a stop at each end.
A spanking paddle is an implement used to strike a person on the buttocks. The act of striking a person with a paddle is known as "paddling". A paddling may be for punishment (normally of a student at school), or as an initiation or hazing ritual, or for erotic purposes.
A hand paddle, according to "Swim Speak", is a "coloured plastic device that is worn on the swimmer's hands during swim practices to enhance muscle build-up or speed." Paddles are often used with pull buoys to build up arm strength. Some swimmers also call them "pads".
(Paddles (game)) Fanorona is a board game indigenous to Madagascar and derived from Alquerque.
(Paddles (Pillow Pal)) Pillow Pals were a line of plush toys made by Ty, Inc. during the 1990s. The toys were given their name because they were soft like pillow, and were made with children in mind. ...
(paddled) to be ~: to loose or to suffer ill fate.
(Paddles) flat pieces of plastic worn on the hands, usually during pull sets.
(Paddles) These are levels located on either side of the rear of the steering wheel enabling the driver to change gear up and down - a sort of F1 gear-stick.
(Paddles) A flat, tear-drop shaped device that enables one to use their strength to propel a craft through the water.
(Paddles) A name applied to certain types of machinery with rotating arms, which are used in various tanning operations for agitating hides or skins in process. Use more water than drums, allowing larger floats and consequently gentler action. Mostly used in the soaking and liming areas.
(Paddles) Can be done clockwise or counterclockwise. For counterclockwise paddles, the lead begins with the usual back left, together right, step left, hold. During the step hold the lead starts turning. The lead then turns with a step right - step left - step right - step left. ...
(Paddles) Large wheels attached to the sides or rear of a ship as a means of propulsion.
(Paddles) Short for "Morse Code Key", one that contains small paddles that are tapped in order to produce semi-automatic Morse Code (when connected to a "keyer").
(Paddles) These are the shorter stubby blades on the end of the two rods opposite the rotor blades. These aid in pitching the main rotor blades for quicker responses and less servo stress.
(Paddles) Used with an “Electronic Keyer,” two vertically-mounted, parallel paddles are used for generating Morse Code. The left paddle generates a series of dots for as long as it is depressed, the right paddle, dashes. ...
(Paddles) What kayakers use to propel themselves and their kayaks on the water. They are not called oars!
(Paddles) part of a Cuisinart ice cream maker that churns the mixture during the freezing process.
(Paddles) trapdoors in the lock gate or side of the wall of the lock which let water in and out of the lock (Also known as a sluice).