Oaring, which is the action of rowing a boat with oars, has several antonyms. The antonyms for oaring include floating, drifting, coasting, and sailing. These words signify the act of moving on water without the use of oars. Floating is the act of being carried along by the water's current, and drifting refers to moving aimlessly without any control. Coasting means to move without any effort, and sailing refers to using the wind's force to move along the water's surface. These antonyms imply a passive or effortless way of moving on the water's surface, which is different from the physical exertion required for oaring.
Antonym of the day
- few, little.